Yeah, I'm having a week's holiday afterwards too. In the eyes of the insurers, does a marathon fall into the same category as skiing or climbing, for example? I must admit that sifting through loads of small print doesn't thrill me either but will probably have to be done. Would be useful to know the experiences of others.
Your situation sounds worse than mine Chris. I've managed about 50% of my runs in the past three weeks, though I shouldn't have done some of them. It's a very fine line sometimes between knowing when to continue and run through something or stop and rest. Have you been able to do any cardio based cross training?
I've been thinking about the kind of travel insurance I'll need for Boston and if I need to declare that I'll be running a marathon whilst there. Anyone got any experience with this?
Was knocking out 50 mile weeks regularly in October and November but had some injury issues with the right foot and knee which has really limited things recently, which isn't great, especially as my Boston training plan is due to begin on Tuesday. We'll have to see.
Chris - hope you can get back on it next week.
Aleik - glad the training's going well. Stay sound.