The 'official' thread. Of course.
Stevie G . wrote (see)
I didn't know Datchet was in Kent And you didn't say the whole lot were out!That fella has an interesting track record... 1hr 15 half, sub 2min 800metre, but hardly anything on the board in the last 5 or 6 years!
I didn't know Datchet was in Kent And you didn't say the whole lot were out!
That fella has an interesting track record... 1hr 15 half, sub 2min 800metre, but hardly anything on the board in the last 5 or 6 years!
Thanks for the good feedback SG, I enjoyed running an XC race that actually resembles XC.
Our women definitely had a good one seeing as they've been chasing a certain BFR lady who seems be in a good place at the moment.
Well done to all who ran.
Thanks for the praise Claire it means a lot.
Tadley has to be the most varied course. And i definitely prefer the shorter races, even though we're only talking perhaps 1mile difference between shortest (Sandhurst) and longest (Datchet).
Bracknell's Annie is in a right purple patch...last series I was 2-3mins ahead, this series in 2 races has been1 min ahead! That's a turnaround!
Oh well that's me lost my 3rd lady in the club xc series for the season then. I was relying on it for my 6th counter - on five I get pushed out of the placings - och well! No evidence of me ever existing in the Hall of Fame when I leave then
Sure I'll survive LOL
Might have to be a parkrun weekend then! Thanks for looking SG.
Awwww bless! That's a lovely thing to say! I'm not really that bothered about the points - I'd have run regardless - I just like mud!
We're really sad in one way to be going - we like it down here. But have to look on the bright side (to keep me sane) we'll be nearer our families. Still if you ever want to race up north I dare say we can put you up for the weekend!
Beware Of The Fish wrote (see)
Great pity. We had plans afoot to try to snatch series 2nd place from under RRR's noses
Sleepy Bear wrote (see)
Crikey you weren't joking then SG! Boooo - what a shame! Anyone know of anything else going on that day?
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