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19/10/2004 at 12:45
Well done Tinks, you must be pleased with that time.

debbo - oh yes, do come to the IOM.
19/10/2004 at 13:14
Thanks Shades.

I'm still slow, but its nice to be able to see improvement over the last few races i have done. I must be doing something, however small, right!
19/10/2004 at 13:16
Tinks
you run about my speed by the sounds of it
My pb is 2.23 for a half as well
19/10/2004 at 13:23
Hippo...i love your posts as yes, they souind just like me. I'm not as much of a gin lover as you though :)
19/10/2004 at 13:33
probably why you arent my size then Tinks;)
19/10/2004 at 14:23
Hippo - Is gin fattening? You must try that Cork Gin this weekend, I tried to buy a bottle for you at Cork airport in July but they made me put it back (not eligible for duty free shopping).
19/10/2004 at 14:25
lol hippo, trust me, i have quite a set of curves on me! Have put on a stone since about April, so need to remove it pronto.

So will cut down the carbs dramatically (sorry anti Atkins peeps, but its the only thing that works for me..) do light running, then start slowly added them back in and cranking up the distances for the next 1/2..!
19/10/2004 at 16:11
whaddya mean no duty free?



shades, i think it must be fattening
Im actually eating LESS than a year ago
19/10/2004 at 16:14
It can't be the gin - it is made from really healthy berries and stuff. And everyone knows that slimline tinic and a slice of lime cancels out any calories it might have....???
19/10/2004 at 16:51
Couldn't buy it from the duty free shop because I was flying to the UK. I should have bought it before I got to the airport.
19/10/2004 at 16:52
aha
will remember that
debbo    pirate
19/10/2004 at 19:04
Shades - IOM sounds good - I would love to stay for the week, but might not have the time for that! I'll look at my holiday diary when I hear when the dates are. It would fit into my 'a marathon every 2 months before I try one every month plan'.
19/10/2004 at 21:12
Well done to anyone who went out running in the pouring rain tonight, it was fair chucking it down, plus side no-one else was out there and downside was very, very wet when we finished our somewhat shorter run tonight of only 5k. Still better than nowt.

debbo    pirate
19/10/2004 at 21:19
It was hardly raining at all in Edinburgh Jane!! I did an hour and came back just about dry.
19/10/2004 at 21:54
debbo you are welcome to some of the rain we have got :)))
debbo    pirate
19/10/2004 at 22:24
No thanks :)
20/10/2004 at 08:17
The rain was so heavy. My running shoes are soaked through. Some mammoth puddles to run through too. I really enjoyed my run last night and really pushed it too.
K2
20/10/2004 at 08:38
Morning all.

Wet down here in Bristol, too. Well, it was when I was out on my run. It has, of course, stopped now. My usual sense of timing there..
K2
20/10/2004 at 08:39
Woohooo!
My uploaded picture worked!
20/10/2004 at 10:45
Perfect running weather here in SW London, cool and overcast :-)
5M done at 70% WHR ave 11 min mile pace and there were hills!!!
Mr John L Parker I kneel and kiss your feet :-)
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