I'm crap at university challenge but once went to a studio recording if that helps me fit in.
Lit - Muddy answered this one in his first post
Welcome muddy! What are your times like - I'm guessing if you did the pudding run and you were finished and back watching cheering Chris on then you must be at least close to a 70 minute 10 miler and possibly faster?
Enjoy your parties everyone!
Tommy I have no idea but I did have a chat with a 48 year old after a recent parkrun and he specifically mentioned that our parkrun is harder for people our age (as in mid 40s +) because it has a lot of sharp turns and as you get older it takes longer to pick up pace - I doubt this matters so much at our level as he is running 17 minute parkrun and he ran a 54 minute 10 miler in the B2C which I note would have been second fastest MV45 time for the year on Power of 10 but he never bothers uploading his results any more.
As you are only 31 the change in direction should be no problem for you according to his theory.