Introducing First Timer Craig (aka BoDuke)
EmmaC wrote (see)
I can't see the other buds on the website - did anyone spelled them? Is it possible?
I don't think I wrote that - not sure I understand it either - very odd?!
McBonkers - hahahahahah - brilliant - perfect name for our Rosiekins!
Bo - question about clubs - why would it be wrong? Makes sense to us - no point belonging to a club if you never get to see your club mates but saying that there are plenty of people out there who don't go to training but that you bump into at races. I can understand that you'd enjoy the social side of it all though - not sure why I get that impression... I'm sure they'd understand!
*waves to Anthony* - that's the million dollar question at the moment - seems we're all agreed on keeping a thread going but can't seem to decide on its renaming - we'll get there! Sounds like you're progressing brilliantly - welcome on board the everyone-can-still-learn-something train!
mcs - I did have a glass of wine but didn't enjoy it - a sad teetotaler it looks like now - apart from champagne at the end of races!
Genuinely don't understand my alleged earlier post! Yeas mcs I am a teacher for my sins - work is mad at the moment. Roll on all coursework being signed off!
Name ... mmmm... ' the road from Paris', Aurevoir Paris - what happemed next' mmmm brain dead now!
I'm with Tenjiso - didn't Sam say no more than 40 minutes for recovery?
I just had a Rosie moment - my planned 14 mile route turned out to be 16¼ miles - cruised round powered by a caffeine zipvit that I decided to road test - for the record - the cherry cola flavour is gopping compared to the blackcurrant! (Gopping = not good!) It worked a treat though - will be using them from now on!
How cool was the coverage this morning - well done everyone - kept welling up watching it - very proud to be British and totally inspired!
Have you made it off the sofa at all today Craig?
Thank you for all your support, VLM did go as planned, it was very hot, felt rough from mile 8 but picked up a bit from mile 17. Finished in 5.31.36, no where near the sub 5 I wanted..but pleased to have got round! Iwll catch up later...of to work now
VLM done and a Sub 4!! (3:59:24). Completely steady splits but hard work the whole way. Stiff++ today
Thanks esp to Ruth and Sam for advice and to all of the rest of you for support
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