Wow Lit, phenomenal. You just keep getting better and better! Yet another PB smashed out of the water. Must be all those hills and wind resistance training since you moved. Top marks.
Johnas, I'm really pleased you managed to get under 2:40, particularly with the time out you've had to take. Sounds like a fantastically executed race, with that speediness at the end, and more to come off that I suspect. It does leave me feeling rather lonely in the Can't Break 2:40 Club though.
Great win Scott, nice way to return to racing. Sounds like an enthusiastic start! I did notice your clubmates who won the half got some TV time, which must have been fun, particularly given that, on the basis of having seen his name around in the XC and elsewhere he could no doubt have run it a shell of a lot quicker.
Nice repping SS.
Race entry done for one I may see a couple of you at.
SS, great work on the 10 miler, and the hour must be one of the most satisfying barriers to break. I like the way you got back on it when the paces started to slip early on.
Good parkrunning Iron and Pete.
Matt, Abingdon is a very good course, and is my PB. It's low key, which I like, but don't expect much support. Pretty much flat, 2 laps of the middle bit, not scenic, but if you're worried about scenery then you're running too slow.
The parkrun course is a fairly middling one, not one of the slowest ones, but too many twists for it to be fast. Generally I struggle to hit 10k pace on it, unless really in top 5k shape. I ran 16:05 on it once, the week before my 15:42 5k last year, but that was a full on burn up with some of the fast boys from the local AC.
LS21, that's appalling. What an outrageous f*cknugget. Hope it doesn't hinder you tomorrow.
Massive good luck wishes to everyone tomorrow. Far too many people to track, but I'll try to get some of you. Particularly interested in those going for under 2:30, a time I hope to trouble one day, although it feels a long way away.