Does anyone know where the results are being published.My watched stopped at the 8.8 mile point and so would like to know how I did.
I ran this event previously in 2006 and it was similarly as cold but not as frosty as Sunday and sime of the course seemed different to me? Also did anyone think that the mile mark timings were correct, my Garmin showed a consistent 0.1 mile increase from the first mile onwards.
Thanks everyone for the good advice I'e been reading. After almost 20 years running I still make the same mistakes of overtraining, coming down with colds, then trying to push harder to make up for lost time. I am currently training 6.7 days a week, but like most people I'm addicted to running, so find it difficult to take a day off. It's London Marathon for me next year so I know I have to be careful about the training because I have had to pull out in the past through a major chest infection. Like a number of people have said I agree rest is important and taking time off is "all in the head" problem. Thanks everyone for your comments