Cheers. Yeah, I gave no thought to the time or pacing as it was all about the memory tbh. I ran hard from the start and so I was struggling by 8 miles. Saw very few distance markers. Picked up the pieces as best I could and shocked to get back in 1.45. Got £500 raised too!
I did it. I thought it was pretty tough to be fair. My legs felt pretty tired after the climb so I couldn`t really take full benefit of the second half in terms of descent. Overall, despite a couple of clear faults, the crowds alone made the event worth doing. And I raised a decent amount for the BHF, my first charity run.