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Nick, good to see you. you must have fancied your chances if you'd been able to race?when i saw you turn up i just assumed you had cycled from Cheltenham so was unsurprised when you said you had...
Nick, good to see you. you must have fancied your chances if you'd been able to race?
when i saw you turn up i just assumed you had cycled from Cheltenham so was unsurprised when you said you had...
well it is only 29 miles from my place to stratford....aint far.
Well if i had been 'fit' I could probably knock out 3.20 or 3.30 TMW, but if i had been fit i wouldnt have been racing, so its sort of a non-starter hypothetical type thingy.
There was quite a strong headwind on saturday, so the windburn thing is qute likeyl.
Jj - Agree.... lip balm has been out in force for the last 3 days.... That along with chaffing from carrying stuff, dodgy toenails and tight calfs we must look just delightful Hee hee!
pictures should be out today
not free but they are cheap, and they are good,and he gives us 10% back for the sea cadets
Well done Sharon and Mark. it took my 5 minutes longer than last year must be my age! still I think 4:58:05 for an over 70 isn't to bad and my 158th marathon/ultra.
think I will be around to do it next year.
hope to see you in January!!
Roy Gew 2???
there cannot be more than one roy grew!!!!
and thank you
his wife must be very demanding
once again a pleasure to see you all in at the finish.from the quickest to the slowest you did us & yourselves proud.
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