John Bach, it was indeed Dennis Potton that saved the boy, what a mega star! Yeh FR...the vest is almost yours-I trust it is hanging up ready for the big moment!
Robin Hood marathon route much improved but much hillier than I expected but compared to last weekend's exploits..what's a hill? Anyway, I just treated it as a training run for now so bimbled in at 3.40 and pleased not to feel trashed at the end of it
Hi Team Snod, lots to read here as I've had to stumble through this week in a blur! Firstly, Panad..big respect and a fantastic report. That sounds truly gruelling, hope you have recovered now Welcome CaeRas, I echo all the above advice to just enjoy the day. It is an iconic event with plenty of friendly banter and company.
Oh FR, hope you get sorted, I remember the 99th as being the most mentally testing of the lot so you could do with getting it out of the way. If you cant make tomorrow, I believe Mablethorpe is still open, maybe see you there.
SD, yes the story about the true hero at Hardmoors 60 was awe-inspiring. I heard about it as soon as I had finished as news had travelled to race HQ ahead of Dennis. Apparently, he was given a hero's welcome when he finished.
Well, Robin Hood marathon awaits me tomorrow and I suspect it may have to be a steady bimble