Mine was not too bad; I was not fast but also not embarrassingly slow, which is a good sign for some non-anaemic marathon recovery. It's teams of four and we only had two of our five fastest runners, of whom one is only just coming back to fitness after a year off (another is injured and two were running for their unis) so we were pleased to come 8th out of 40 completed teams in the circumstances. I don't love xc but had quite a nice day out. And I saw Velloo having a slightly better run than me.
I am 'racing' the Scottish xc relays tomorrow. Though to be honest, if we have to put me on the 'A' team, we're probably beyond the point of worrying about actually winning anything. I've also been quite busy at work so only just managed to find my spikes, which don't appear to have been cleaned since last season. Oops.