Well done Phil, I just read the e-mail with the results, Chris G must have broken or close to the course record ?
Selbs, very sorry for your loss, I hope you are finding some kind of solace in your running at the moment.
Rob, well done on your 1st mate, all that hard work has paid off.
Dulwich Parkrun this morning, I think 6th in 17:37, my first "race" since London, enjoyable enough & reasonably pleased with where I am at fitness wise, next week I will try and run 17:09
10 mile "Progressive" tomorrow morning.
Well done JAP, with a performance like that I think you more than deserved a day of getting bang on it afterwards ?!
Didn't run yesterday, but good 11.5 mile run earlier included "progressive" in Dulwich Park, fastest / last mile was 5:51 m/m
My mate managed 26.2 of those in London a few weeks ago, lol.
All good advice & appreciated.
I think I am going to do a lot more swimming & less running & maybe enter one of the Battersea Park 10k's in about 2 months time as my first race "back"
Yes Dan, but frustrating when mates are running 2:33 at London this year & I am going backwards, running PB's seems and indeed is a long time ago for me.
You are right though, plenty of ups & downs for all of us in this game, hopefully all I need is a new approach, which is to find a good Physio & hopefully plot a way back.
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