If anyone was wondering what the metal-work looked like. The Thames Trot is my local Ultra and I needed a goal when I was recovering and a simple marathon wouldn't do.I think I have the bug now but I need to go slowly. I seem to pick up injuries really easy so it is all a balancing act between training hard enough and too much pain. Having said that the neck doesn't really hurt, it is the classic knee pain for me.
Thanks for the radiograph - nice C5-6 repair there! Obviously TT50 -did- make a good goal. Continue with ultras or not, as seems right for you.
Awesome job Scott, much respect!!
Seriously impressive Scott. Respect is due.
Photos are up: http://richersea.co.uk/photocart/index.php?do=photocart&viewGallery=10318#page=1
Scott! Massive respect to that, not only overcoming the crazy injuries but a massive performance in the race. I salute thee.
First run after the event today, a steady lunchtime 5-miler. I'm fairly certain I cracked a rib or maybe my sternum when I got car-doored on the way into Goring, it's still a bit sore when I do much with my chest.
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