Well played on a windy day Moof. The weekly mileage you've posted on here shows the work you put in for a well deserved PB.
Take it easy Bike It. We all know what a risky business this marathon running is. It took until mile 21 before the marathon shuffle arrived - maybe there's a little comfort in that. Recover well.
And I say recover well to all recent marathoners, which is not what I'm doing! Poorly last week and managed to injure my right knee and calf this morning. Had to limp home the last mile of what was meant to be an easy 6 this morning. I'll be returning to the bike for the next couple of weeks.
Lorenzo - Ahh, much better to be at the Sun Inn in the City. You ran part of the course for the Lancaster Half Marathon, which is in a couple of weeks. Not that I'm doing it this year. I live about 5 miles north of Lancaster and haven't ventured into town by car since all those horrendous road works started.
Rennur - Good luck with both the cargo loading and the Humboldt Redwoods.
00 -51 - I remain envious of your speed, even when you think you've been shabby
Lorenzo - were you at the 'lovely' Holiday Inn by any chance? My long runs often take me onto the luneside path. I join it further north and run to the end and back, when I need to get in a beautiful 20 miler.
Jools - Is Frankfurt your marathon? One week to go.
Just over 17 hours to go to Abingdon - good luck.
Been a bit rough this week, with no running Monday to Friday - possibly due to getting very cold last Saturday, marshalling for my club at the Langdale Horseshoe. Esk Hause was an exciting place to be with 2 Mountain Rescue call outs required. Anyway, felt a bit better this morning and 4 easy miles confirmed running's healing powers.
Speedy - 11 weeks is a long time. Glad to read that you're back running.
OO - Great double racing there.
Birch - Great marathon for you last week and inspiring report. I like your theme of the importance of running the race and being part of the occasion. I hope that you're recovering well and that your Autumn/Winter goes well in preparation for building to VLM.