Mudchute Live 22/04/2012
if we make it to Mudchute
i'll be in need of hugs full stop
xine267 wrote (see)
The DOMS was far worse yesterday - I was shuffling around like Pingu (cartoon not you )
.. well you say that .. but you haven't seen me run yet!!
Btw, I just wanted to say, I'm really hoping I stop and be cheerful at mile 17.... however ... twice I've completely missed the RW group and the 2 times I've done it I'm not looking pretty at mile17. Hopefully Sunday will be different but if I don't stop, I'll be thinking virtual hugs! (and definitely round for beers later)
However you are at Mile 17 is absolutely fine - it's your day, whatever you need to get you through. Even if you want to come over and kick the sign!
I will have my iphone and will try to track runners via the website but does anyone know if there is a way to store the race numbers of the runners before Sunday? It seems so complicated compared to the Brighton Marathon when we had a lovely app to store race numbers and send notifications when that runner crossed the half way point & the finish line.
You think that now but on Sunday it will be a different story
I have almost completely decided against signing up for Brighton or anything else this month. I think I'll give myself some non-marathon headspace over the summer to concentrate on shorter distances and strength & conditioning. If I still feel the urge at the end of the Summer, I'll enter one that starts registration in September.
*hums La Marseillaise*
Apologies for the my lack of interaction so far but I've spent the last couple of weeks getting over a bout of manflu so that I am can make it to the start on Sunday. My info is:
Forum name - Circus StrongmanName (suggest you email this if unhappy to divulge via the forum) - DarranRace number - 18579Estimated time to mile 17 - Around 2 hours 50 minsWhat you'll be wearing - depending on the weather but I'll be wearing a white t-shirt and a purple Mencap running vest and a black cap. Or if it rains, I will be wearing a blue jacket over the top of everything. Any special needs* - I plan on dropping of a bag at the expo if that's ok, so if you would be kind enough to give me that at mile 17 that would be great. Other than that, some re-assurance that I am still going stong.
Hope everyone is ok and is looking forward to Sunday.
right there it is guys!!
i thought he plainer and simpler the better as i know what i'm like at mile 17......
will attatch it to a pole tomorrow when its dry!!
Very nice, I like blue.
Love the blue sign...can't miss the best group now!
we'll be screaming abuse at you all
completely free of charge
Jo / Pug Runner
Good luck with the injuries, hopefully they'll improve some what for Sunday so that you can enjoy the day!
I went to the expo last night (it was really quiet) so won't be able to join you on Saturday and am in the blue start, pen 7.
Anyone know what the weather will be like? I can't make up my mind whether I want rain or sun
Great we have a sign. Well done Vikw - plain an simple deffo the best.
I've dusted off my pompoms and just need to find the charger now.
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