Loads of people have Gilbert syndrome? I think about 1 in 10 and there is at least one on this thread as I have Gilbert syndrome - apart from feeling a bit more yellowy than most when I am ill or have drunk too much I can't really say it has any other symptoms.
The main importance in diagnosing Gilbert syndrome is so that when you have blood tests for your liver that the people doing any diagnostics know that your ridiculously high reading for bilirubin levels is nothing to worry about.
I believe you may have a lower risk of heart disease and a slightly higher risk of gall stones but that's about it.
I have never heard it causing load roaring within sight of a finish line in 10k races!
As for your health prognosis I think 98.3% didn't suffer an event is a much more helpful way of looking at it.
Haha Tommy - imagine what you would have thought about your arm positions if you were the guy in front (is he a Beestonite? And where's his number?).
Mr V - do you know anything about the new route for my Christmas shopping trip race? See below.
Norman Woodcock Memorial 5M
"under UKA rules - licence applied for" "On-line entries will be made available later this week." All change for 2015: one hour earlier on a new course at a new venue. "Due to on-going civil works at Gosforth race course, Elswick Harriers offer a fine, fast, flat alternative 5 mile course. Parking and registration will be at Newburn Leisure Centre, Grange Road." "The race starts 0.75 miles away on Shelley Road, Newburn Ind. Estate. The course heads out East towards the quiet River Tyne Footpath, over Newburn Business Park Bridge and back down for 100m and on to the River Tyne Footpath. The return leg, will see athletes heading back over the bridge, around Newburn Business Park, a small cut through to get back on to the River Tyne Footpath, and back to the finish on Shelley Road."
Yes - my lucky race shirt - it was my first technical top that I got for finishing Brampton to Carlisle 10 in November 2011. Only wear it for races. (it wasn't very lucky on Sunday, nor were my lucky socks ).