I had a great run although had to push hard from 16 miles onwards and, as Philomena pointed out above, I was starting to suffer once into the 20s. I managed to get ahead of the 3 hour pacers just before half way (they had a crowd of about 50 in tow at the time) but they overtook me around the 21 mile mark, which didn't help mentally, although they had dropped all but 5 of the followers by then. Finished in 3:02:48 so a new PB and hopefully London GFA if they don't change the times again. I did consider losing the wig towards the end of the race but I think it helped with the support and kept the sun off my face.
JSwizzle - great to meet you at the start and a couple of time en route. Great run too.
Stephen, like others say, there's still time to recover and in all likelihood it will pass as quickly as it came. Philomena has a point, I started feeling ill in the Thu/Fri before the race last year!
I'm currently getting over after a rather messy stag weekend. My legs feel pretty fresh but I ache pretty much everywhere else. I'll do a short run tonight and that'll be it until Sunday! Getting quite excited but still got 3 busy days of work to get through first.
Trying to decide what time to get to Brighton on Saturday. Think I'll leave it to later in the day, whistle stop tour of the expo (as usual!), dinner then back to the hotel to chill.