A meet up would be fab, Lit. I could run with you on either the Tuesday or the Thursday during the day - you can push the buggy to slow you down a bit . How well do you know Leamington? We could do the route taking in the major parks, Newbold comyn and the canal as they probably cover the major running thoroughfare's round here. And we could finish somewhere for lunch/drink/cake if you like? Maybe we could persuade Lou to work from home and join us for lunch/more running?
Skinny - it would probably be ok without icing but my physio said to ice it even if it feels ok. I suspect I poss overdid it a little today but I'm not going to run consecutive days yet anyway. Are you going to follow a plan? You might have to accept you won't quite be in PB shape (although knowing you, nothing is impossible) but you'll still be able to have a good crack at it.
Been lurking again. Far, far too much to catch up on so I'll give everyone a collective pat on the back. Especially Lit and her international race winning.
I am very disturbed by Skinny's love for the penis and am going to leave that one there
My 400m PB is 1.14.
Running been going ok - ran 7 miles at the weekend, not much pain now, just have to ice it afterwards. It's not 100% but at a stage where I can start rebuilding again. Did 6 miles with the buggy this morning. It really is very hot.
Lou - please don't attempt to race Milton Keynes very hard. I think it would be unpleasant if not dangerous.
Great racing, Tommy! Are you to leave us languishing in the bronze pit now for the heady heights of silver?
Good medalling from, DT. Was it very scenic?
Have a nice holiday, Lit.
Looking forward to the full report, Madbee. Bet you weren't really shit at all.
I spent the weekend baking (carrot cake muffins and Iced apricot loaf), rearranging children's bedrooms and a bit of running. 4 miles. Yay. Also supported at the Arden 9. Free cake afterwards makes this a must-do for all next year. Lou now owes you TWO race reports. Father's Day is no excuse.