I was one of those who was cock-a-hoop at my 'Personal Best'. I did remember thinking at the 10k mark that I was bang on course for the 1hr 20m I had predicted and then when I finished in 1hr 13m I was ecstatic. Oh well, it was still a fantastic course and perfect running weather.
Sorry about the replication, seems to be caused by refreshing the page. I will go for the 4 mile loop and see how I get on. I probably started my training too late to get a decent time and me thinks that 4hrs is ambitious but achievable. Will be interesting to see how I get on. Looks like you were well prepared, must be very frustrating to not be able to do anything for a week, have you managed to get an appointment booked? Have you done NY before, was wondering how it compared to London?
Thanks for the advice Hanneke. Your'e right, I am going to have a re-think. I have a 4 mile course that starts and ends from home so I could do 5 laps of that instead and get drinks at home at the end of each lap. I did do the Windsor Half a few weeks ago, and that was a killer, very hilly. How was your training going before your injury?