Marathon PB

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17/10/2011 at 16:22
Roger -Get the dream in again and close the window
18/10/2011 at 10:02
Ha......I would , but I'm not sure my knees,back,ankles are up to crossing the room............feckit - onwards and upwards.....Half in November to motivate me  and see how I go....
23/04/2012 at 11:53

I started this thread 4 years ago....

With hindsight I do not know why I was worried that turing 40 would mean that I would slow down and not run PBs again. I ran Lonodn yesterday aged 44 and PB by 13s with a time of 2:59:39 - so each year since 2005 has been faster than the previous year. Next year I turn V45 and now am really up to PB one more time....

So if you are worried that your best days are behind you when reaching 'middle aged', I can counter that and say (marathon) life really does begin at 40.

22/10/2012 at 12:49

Another update on my on going crusade against the effects of aging and related slow down in times. Yesterday I ran Abingdon marathon in 2:55:26 so a 4min PB. It now seems completey farcial that aged 39 I thought I was going to slow down and not ever get under 3 hours.

Time to focus on VLM2013 when I will race as v45 - can't wait!

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