Whats my target
Sorry to disagree - I am in exactly the same position as Cougie, and as I read the rules on the FLM website, you have to be of the stated age when the 2009 FLM race happens (ie 41), and your qualifying time must have been achieved in 2009 or 2008 (well, assuming the same criteria are rolled forward to next year). So a sub 3-15 race performance when you are aged 40 is OK, there is nothing in the rules to say you also had to be in the same age group when that qualifying race was run.
That's certainly what I am hoping for.
As an aside, arn't the gfa catagories abit ridiculous?
How can it be fair that a man of 60-64 has to run a faster time than an 18yr old woman?!
Next year I'm going to enter as a 65-69yr old, i'll be 35....!
Cool - I could be GFA, if I could ever get fecking in!!
Well I think I could
but I'm now too busy being sh*t at swimming and cycling than concentrating on the one thing I actually can do well!
I'm more injury free
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