DS2 - I'm thinking that way yes. I haven't spoken with Steve yet. Last time we spoke about it he was thinking that focusing purely on speed over the summer might be better.
I have two issues though. First, I have unfinished business with York after injury completely messed my training up last year. Second I reckon I have a much better chance of running quicker in the cold.
It's a tricky one though as I can see the benefits of focusing on the speed for a bit longer.
Can't believe you're contemplating a move to the dark side. I'm in shock.
Best of luck with your lesson tonight. Hope the 9 miler goes well too!
SupermanRuns - top, top effort. It's hard enough to go out there when you're fully fit and have the conditions on your side but to go all that way knowing you were under trained and carrying an injury and still get round in that heat is outstanding.
Two very hard marathons in as many weeks and for a great charity too - I think you've more than earned the right to wear the super suit today sir!
As for the future - there is absolutely no doubt you have sub 3:30 in you. You would have done it this time if you hadn't had such a bad run of luck in training.
Looking forward to the report and, in time, hearing what you plan to do next. Well done!