I have the compulsory half-marathon 4 weeks prior to London, Hampton Court half is already booked, and Battersea 10k in January.
Stylish, I hope you can work round your commitments and that your training won't suffer too much. Let us know how it goes.
Good to hear, Stylish. Only 129 days to go for the big day! Or do you have other big races to prepare for?
Actually, soon after Christmas it will be time to roll out the 16-week training plans.
Hi Stylish. Hope your calf heals up very soon.
My motivation got a well needed boost by running the Gordon's Christmas Dash. However, I wore my thin trail shoes and got a blister! So I will probably have a couple of days without running.
I also got in through my running club. I have done Brighton and Edinburgh. But London is special, and I am hoping for a PB. Probably ought to start training now.
I ran the Edinburgh marathon this year.It was initially good, being well organised. But at the finish, it seemed like a nearly empty field and I was unsure where to go for my bag or the bus.
After Brighton, with its great reception at the end, this was quite a letdown.
The coaches at the finish were more expensive and further away than the public buses. But I was pleased to have booked because I fell asleep and woke up only when they had reached their destination,
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