Has CP3 changed to Goring station?
Not yet although my hubby was able to run along the stretch of the Thames after Purley just yesterday. I wouldn't be surprised if we can re-join the Thames after Purley and then have to leave it again the other side of Reading. Would be nice to run along the river just a tad.
Karal, that's just how I read it. CP3 is now at the station as that's the side we approach Goring.
Andrew u.k. wrote (see)
Anyone not got the emails pm me again as I'm not sure who got them and who didin't. I have the crs file also to upload to garmin if required. Good luck everyone. I'll be at the back going very slowly and enjoying the sunshine!
Anyone not got the emails pm me again as I'm not sure who got them and who didin't.
I have the crs file also to upload to garmin if required.
Good luck everyone. I'll be at the back going very slowly and enjoying the sunshine!
I didn't get a reply but for some reason it won't let me PM you again, maybe you have too many messages in your inbox I'll also be plodding along slowly at the back
Andrew uk can you pm me the gpx file also thanks
Karla - I emailed Steve at Go Beyond and he just confirmed that CP 3 is indeed now at Goring Station. He's sending out the rest of the route shortly ...
Well I'm finding the route description from CP 5 to the finish to be completely incomprehensible.
Something like this?
I've missed out the CP 4 to CP 5 since that's unchanged.
julian: just the section from CP5? You're doing better than me!
...and now they're recommending trail shoes again!
Julian, there's a little wiggle just around Sonning Eye, off to the left and missing out the roundabout
yes I'm going to start in my trail shoes and leave random pairs of road shoes with anyone who might turn up at a checkpoint to see me
Here's the route from Andrew loaded onto Garmin Connect - you'll have to cut & paste the link, (links don't work in Safari)
To download to your Garmin, click "Send To Device" on the menu bar above the map and it should download next time you sync...
Here is the final route, even the CP5-Finsh section.
You can then export from movescount in a GPX or KML file if you want to but Google earth on an iPhone is by the best way to find your way around the course.
Looks like it is about 42-ish miles. That's road miles so lots of pounding.
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