I'm in! From Leeds so not too far but looking for suitable accommodation. I'm looking for some advice over where to stay. Sale? Altrincham? I've looked at Trafford and the prices are sky high!
Anyway, its just occured to me that in actual fact, the beginning of April isn't too far away! I'll probably start training after Leeds Abbey Dash 10K in Mid November. Need to start incorperating some more speed sessions into my training, hoping for around 3 hours 5.
Hi all, just entered this having not got a placr for VLM through the ballot/running club. Does anyone have accommodation tips? I live north of Leeds so it is do able on the morning, but preferably I'd like to stay over. At this time I'm hoping for around 3.05. Seven daughters I'd say 3.10 is definitely on the cards.
Just to reiterate - I have a place for Snowdonia. Unfortunately having to pull out due to injury. If anyone is interested and would like to buy my place off me, please inbox me. I also have accommodation booked at the Travelodge at Caernarfon, this was just £23 for the night. Again, if interested, I can forward the details Just drop me a message or e-mail at email@example.com
I'm regrettably having to pull out of Snowdonia this year due to injury. If anyone is interested and would like to buy my place off me, please inbox me. I also have accommodation booked at the Travelodge at Caernarfon, this was just £23 for the night. Again, if interested, I can forward the details
Thanks Moof. I was hoping I'd be okay yesterday after a weeks rest but the pain just increased after 2 miles and I could only muster a measily 6 (and had to stop numerous times). Before all this I was running through discomfort which I think has stemmed from two 20mile races in successive weekends (which I raced). Its not looking good...I think after next Sunday I really need to start incorporating some core exercises into my routine.
I'm expecting my first DNF next Sunday but will certainly start the race and strap the knee up, take some nurofen and hope it miraculously comes together. Funnily enough I don't feel any pain at all until I've ran two miles.