London Marathon: Should I do a final 20 mile run this weekend?

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05/04/2012 at 23:09
Stephen, pmsl!!

Mick cheek!! if i didnt admire you so much i would come and thump you

PSC, i know now that is probably what would happen to me lol, so accident prone, someone once said did i fancy a skiing holiday, is said no, knowing me i 'd probably fall of the chair lift and break a leg on the first day lol
05/04/2012 at 23:21


Hannah, I would get that seen to.

My mum had the same problem.

Luckly she was more into swimming.

Not judging.

Just saying. Its the kids that suffer

06/04/2012 at 11:06


i have mail RW mailed u


I am sorry to have caused you any upset of offence, i would never intentionally upset or offend anyone

So to RW towers And yourself - my apologies

I only  meant as a light hearted bit of fun -

bless u

Mick xx

06/04/2012 at 11:13
PSC - I've got got 18 scheduled for this weekend too, hopefully it will feel easier than last weeks long one.  I follow a RW schedule and that always has 18 2 weeks out.
09/04/2012 at 12:05
Stephen E Forde wrote (see)

Has anyone  pointed out yet that Hilary could just do a marathon in under 4 hours?

Thats rather impressive for a first timer

If you really give it a bit of welly and do it  under 3:50 I will give you a little cheer.

Like this;


Thanks Stephen, I'm getting really excited now.

I ended up doing a 16 mile run yesterday but I have a twinge in my groin!! Really bad timing. I'm planning to rest it for a couple of days and am seeing the physio on Thursday. I would love to get sub 4 hours so these next two weeks are crucial!! Any advice on muscle twinges??

09/04/2012 at 20:08
I've just done a tough 16 miler, half up hill half down, I'll just do a few 3-4 milers and a couple of 8 milers on the flat, and nothing in the last 3 days.

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