Mudchute Live 22/04/2012
The list below contains the name and details of all supporters/runners who are in this support group. SupportersVikWHashxine267RunnersShmaggleMad WelshwomanMr PuffyAndy Jones 18Ben O'ConnellNoPainHannahsmomukhopetofinishPug RunnerIron PinguCircus Strongman
The supporters need to know:Forum nameName (suggest you email this if unhappy to divulge via the forum)Race numberEstimated time to mile 17What you'll be wearingAny special needs**Special Needs - All reasonable requests will be catered for i.e. SIS/High 5 gel, banana, Jelly Babies, boiled sweets etc, even lager & Guiness have been requested before. To be sure we have what you need or for more obscure requests please leave items at the Runners World stand at the registration Expo. Supporters will be collecting them Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Items should be market with: name, race number & support group number.Location of Support areaWith approx 40,000 runners it is almost impossible to pick out individuals as they pass, therefore its important you know where to spot us.The support area is on the right hand side of the road at the pelican crossing by mudchute DLR station. There is a water station immediately after the 17 mile point, pelican crossing is immediately after the water station. I will post a close of google map/google earth image of the area with exact location shortly.Supporters will be standing in sequential group order along the course. The area will be festooned with blue and yellow balloons so should be easy to spot, when you get to us, look out for the support group numbers and go over to your respective group.Please use this thread to ask any questions and look out for further information which will be posted up until the race. Any final instructions will be posted Sunday 15th April.Good luck everyone..
Hello you lovely group 4 people! Thank you all for giving your time to support
I had a hug from Hash at mudchute 2 years ago..really needed it and felt so much better for the support at 17.
Okay...here are my details:
Forum name: MadWelshWomanName: Jaynie Rance
Race number: 8967Estimated time to mile 17: Approximately 3hrs 20 mins (I am very slow)What you'll be wearing: Black capri tights; Black running SS top with Green and White NSPCC vest on top. If sunny I may wear a cap! Will post a photo when I can get my children to take one!Any special needs: Will leave SIS gel and maybe a luc Lite and/or jelly beans at Expo! But mostly will need hugs and encouragement!
I will also bring general supplies to Expo for sharing!
Thank you so much...looking forward to seeing you there
Hello group 4 !! (the best, surely )
Forum name: Iron PinguName: PamRace number: ?Estimated time to mile: 3 hours maybe?What you'll be wearing: Thinking Pirate top though may have to slim down a bit first (mental note ... 4 weeks of no chocolate)!Any special needs: Some fresh legs would be good, failing that a shout out will do
Think No Pain wil be finished by the time we get to the Mudchute
Big Hellos to VikW. Hash and xine267 (and all runners), look forward to seeing you at mile 17.
Where bouts you from MWW, I'm from SE Wales.
Wahoo it's started, hello team 4! I'm really looking forward to this, it's a brilliant laugh every year.
Bloody hell No pain that's quick! Accurate too over that sort of distance.
Vik I'm so glad they paired me with you, can't wait to have a natter and a catch up. I won't be able to get on here a lot (forums blocked at work) but I'll knock up the spreadsheet of who's who and who wants what and make it a Google doc so we can both see it.
HannahsmomUK wrote (see)
what is this about leaving stuff at Expo, can you explain that please?
Basically everyone leaves an envelope at the RW stand at the expo with their forum name and team number on it, just put in it whatever you want to be given at Mudchute. Usually people leave a few extra jelly babies/jaffa cakes etc., so we can give them out to the walking wounded at the back of the pack when most people have gone past. We do emergency last minute panics too, I'll find a not-too-public way of getting my mobile to you in case there's any pre-race wibbles on the start line that can be catered for by the Mudchute branch of Asda
And the really important stuff to know: Here is where the rehydration party happens afterwards. Definitely worth the little matter of flogging 26 miles for
Right, I'm off to the shower. Have good days everyone, I'll nip in and have a little lurk by phone.
Hash - great to "see" you
Pingu - I am in Swansea, where are you?
You too MWW. Looking forward to meeting Mr Puffy too after nattering to him for ages about vital stuff like bin collection days and cheese!
Erm...... I think I should have said something about running before banging on about where the post race beer is in my first post
So, how's everyone's training going?
Morning all. Well I've got a chest infection and am in a MASSIVE grump about it, missed long run on weekend becuase of it and now missing todays run to be on the safe side. There .. said .. will say no more on it!!
On a bonus, it's my daughters birthday and we're going to a spa day, whoop whoop.
MWW, I'm from Abergavenny.
Hash ... now .. about that beer
LOL Hash...beer is top priority!
Pingu - enjoy your spa day with your daughter
Hi everyone, sounds like a great group to be included in.
Forum name Andy Jones 18
Name Andy Jones
Race number 26039Estimated time to mile 17 : 2hr 45
What you'll be wearing : Yellow Vest with two black band. I got a place through running club, so running in our colours
Any special needs: Massage legs back into working order, cheering, clapping whooping etc will help no 3 end.
Did someone say beer?
Hash- I was so happy to see we were together too- I was a 17hrs shift at work and it cheered me up no end!!
Iron PIngu- boo to missing the long run but better to err on the side of caution this close!!
I turned my ankle at mile 15 of my 20 last week and limped to 16 and went home- enforced rest!! grrrrr even though it was hard I know its for the best! I'm doing Brighton the week before London so I am now in self preservation mode.... And enjoy the spa- I haveone next week with a friend from work and I can't wait
Hi Group 4!
I'm really looking forward to meeting VikW and Hash and cheerleading for all your runners on the 22nd April
I will bring down a bag of jelly babies and some other treats with me on the day, but anything else needed then just let us know.
Vik and Hash, I'll PM you my contact details so we can work out how best to organise everything on the day.
Good luck with last weeks of training everyone!
If only I was 10 years younger Plan is for Sub 3 hours again I did this for the first time last year running 2:58:18 i'm now 50 years old but still plan to try and get down to 2:55* fingers crossed.
Hash nice to see that this is the same place as the Fetch crowd are going it was great to meet up with lots of people last year. I live over in Northern Ireland and make a trip out of the whole event.
Started to add a bit more speed to my training over the last couple of weeks and have a half marathon on Saturday so this will give me a good marker on how things are going. If you have the miles in the bank a few days off at this stage won't do you any harm just don't push to hard the first couple of times back out on the road.
Keep going it's not long to taper time.....
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