Minni v Dubai Dave
Sarah - Impressive 5K.
AA, Gazelle, Minni - Good luck racing today
Currently listening to the rain and wind while having breaky - I must be mad. Mr AA has balied out with Manflu so its just me and Master AA tackling it. He's only 17 and is training for his first Reading Half so this is his first ever 10 miler. And it will be one of his hardest ever!
Gazelle and Minni - all the best for yours.
Carrot - 3 points. Still in shock! Hard lines for you yesterday.
What this? Can't remember what we were doing
Hope Minni, Gazelle and AA had good races.Great pic DD! Mrs. DD is a stunner! Love her dress . 3:15 or quicker it is. You've turned a corner with your running, I'm sure you'll have a stormin' one. Does it start early to escape the worst of the heat?Just back from a curry and a few beers after an epic battle over 17.5 miles against wind & rain earlier today. Felt truly heroic out there . Would have expected my pace to drop dramatically against the wind but very surprised that my Garmin data showed pretty even splits. I must be getting fitter . Average was 8:37mm, av. HR 72% of max. Happy . My longest run since the marathon - roll on Jantastic
Mega mileage Bro
Sounds fun AA
I feel your pain AA - wind, rain and floods on our 12 mile run, which was designed to miss the worst of the flooding, so goodness only knows what the rest of the area was like. We had planned to do 16, but took look at what lay ahead [and overhead] and decided 12 was more than enough
DD: Just as well I don't let BA look at the forum - I think he could be encouraged to trade me in.....................
Minni: glad to know someone else opted for the 'less wet' route
Some amazing mileages going on very early - I am keeping my powder dry for now
Kiwi: I always preferred the hilly sessions rather than the fast / low resistance ones - but they can take a while to recover from until you get used to them
Was thinking of the racers out when I was running today, nearly got blown over the viaduct at one point!
Sounds really tough AA, that's still a decent 10M time off road if you ask me. I don't mind so much the uphills off road, it;s the downhills that scare me especially when it's wet. I'm also a road runner and proud
Bro you love the high miles, do you know what Moz is planning for you to peak at?
Well done at the coastal today Minni, your skin with be as smooth as DDs after that! Enjoy the liver assault.
DD the weather sounds horrendous over there, 11C!!!! Great picture of you two.
Sounds like a good call not bothering with the race today O4S.
In other news, my beloved Garmin has finally given up and died Have emailed Garmin support.....
DD- You are looking better with age
Chick- Its a great feeling when you go out for a long run and you feel good at the end well done.
Minni- Sounds like you training run/race was good especially after yesterdays 5k, you must be feeling confident going into marathon training.
FRC- Well what can I say, such a great result today and what a great year you have had, I wonder how much more you have in your tank?
Bro- Well done on your long run, I can't believe you are already hitting the 60miles per week! Do you know what your highest mileage week will be this time round?
AA- Great race report and well done for keeping going to the end. There is an off road race I did a few years ago and your report reminded me of it, I have never done it again even though its on our race league and everyone raves about it.
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