Abbers - not thinking of running Manchester marathon?
I ran Brighton twice. The course is OK. There is a long but shallow climb between mile 7 and mile 9 from memory, but then descent in mile 10 to 12. The course is pretty straight and there are a few turnarounds. Plus you get run by the Brighton Pavilion and a Power Station. The risk is a strong sea breeze. Transport from the finish is bad. The crowd support is very good.
Good running JNR - it nice when surprises like that happen.
Take Care Debra.
Good to see you doing 'not the London Marathon' SD - I can imagine very pleasant in that part of the world.
Lowrez - my championship is of the form naaaann - much more tasty.... But like yours look up doesn't work on their site even with passport number instead of ID number. However, I can see some, but not all, of my previous results whilst wearing it.
My right ankle is swollen up here after Sunday's incident. It is still runnable at the moment, and I'm optimistic that nothing would happen to the rest of my leg. Turmeric and naproxyn for breakfast daily.
I suppose I'd better book some flights to Durban soon...
Bike It - never knew turmeric was an anti-inflammatory. Do you ingest it or rub it on?
Ingest - It is fat soluble, so I just melt a teaspoon of butter in the microwave, add a teaspoon of turmeric cook for 10s in the microwave and down it. Tastes not so unpleasant if I down it quickly. It is more palatable if you add it scrambled eggs when you are melting the butter. Better in a curry TBH.