Just back from a lunchtime easy run. Was going to do 6, but cut it short to 5 as I could feel the adductor thing coming on. The 8.5M yesterday was fine, but I could feel a bit of mild discomfort at the end. I then went for a walk with the family in the afternoon and that last 20 mins of that I could really feel it. Weird.Bit frustrating, but hey ho.
Blimey dean - that was a real edge of the seat report!! Great racing too. Hope the car seat is OK!
Dachs - In that shot, I thought you were already . Remind me never to race when Ric has his photo lens to hand. Never mind the final time today - you have put the hard work in, and are just suffering from the cumulative effort a bit. Stevie See has it right about the Steve Jones story, and a proper, sensible, taper will see you right for London.
Difficult to say Murph, obviously the shorter time the better but how practical that is depends on the setup at Hillingdon, and whether you can carry on jogging near the start. If it was me. I wouldn't want to be stationary for much more than 10-15 mins