No, one2escape, you wouldn't be crazy if you took the training steady and, if you escaped any more injuries, you should be able to get around the 26.2 miles on the day.
But why not just stick to 10ks and half marathons this year though and concentrate on getting faster & stronger. You'd find that as challenging as you would ever want and probably a lot more satisfying. And yes, parkruns are perfect as improving your running. Cross country is great too I hear.
Martin... there's no respect for the elderly these days
Sounds hairy Leslie. No ice round here in Newtownabbey yet.
Paul, I've just noticed on the results that you finished the ROTG a few secs ahead of me. Sorry I missed you. I think it was tougher this year and not just that I'm another year older.
10.1 miles for me this morning to blow the cobwebs off. Enjoyable but for a knee still complaining from the Christmas Cracker & Race Over The Glens. I missed Kilbroney but hope to get down to Gosford on Saturday.