KR - as others have said, you're well on you're way to a sub-3. Have you got an autumn marathon planned?
Cracking performances from ssc and JF2 as well as Frazer and the previously congratulated SJ.
Minni - I'll try and remember to keep my eyes open for you. Presume that you'll be in Chandos afterwards.
Apart from Poacher who else'll be there? OO?
For those who haven't been there before, it's cross Trafalgar Square and head up to the right of the National Gallery, then take the road opposite the National Portrait Gallery (William IV St) and you'll see it.
More great parkrunning from OO and Badbark - looking good for next weekend gents.
GE - you'll be fine on the day. You know what it takes to get a decent time as you've done it before. Hope to catch up with both you and Birch on the Green start.
Speedy interval session from you there Leslie
Local 10K for me this morning - it's part of the club's Grand Prix series so seemed like a good idea to enter and just wanted to do a decent tempo run. A slightly odd course: undulating rather than hilly, but combining a bit of road, a bit of woodland tracks (very dry) and plenty of bumpy stretches of grass and paths across fields so I was a bit anxious about molehills and rabbit holes but survived OK.
Very pleased with my pacing - I overtook loads of people after the first few K and I'm pretty sure I wasn't overtaken at all, and definitely had enough left for a hell-for-leather sprint down the hill towards the end.
Ended up with 41.19 which is well outside my PB but it wasn't a PB course (unless you were Mrs L who smashed her 10K PB!), but was somewhat surprised to finish in 7th place.
All in all, a good confidence booster for next weekend's stroll through the streets of London.