Comrades: I can't think about it until I have the results of my MRI scans back. Second one booked for Tuesday, and Arthrogram to be precise, where dye is injected directly into the joint prior to scanning...
So, with this coming up I decided I might as well do a full week of training. This consisted of 6m on Tue, 4m on Wed with strides, 6m on Friday, 6m on Sat including parkrun (2nd lady and first old lady but very slow!) and finished the week of with a 20 today. Result? Flipping hip feels better than it has done in weeks! WFT?
GM - you're really not having a good time at the moment. That is a horrible think to witness.
Lit - where in Scotland have you moved to? I agree there are some very speedy ladies in Scotland. I think its all that fell and hill running! I live on the Border and I do much better in English races than Scottish but always wondered if that was just my age category. I did one half marathon where I was about 14th but 11th in my then category of V40.
Chrissie's book is brilliant. I love everything about her. I love the way she borrowed stuff and turned up unprepared for races. Just shows determination is more important than gear - and a bit of talent doesn't go miss!