Mace - Just had a look at the results, looks like a fairly decent standard league? Any ideas why your club mate, who came second, doesn't race much (if his PO10 is to be believed)? Large field as well, bit different to our local league where the men and women run separately and do different distances, which I don't really understand.
8 miles with the club last night, including a 6 minute mile for the last mile, as I got dragged into a stupid 'race' back to the water sports centre.
Mace - yep that's them, I think I mid-foot strike so hopefully won't cause me too much grief. Will try them out before the National relays though. Sounds like a good effort on your XC, which league is that?
DT - I imagine mine will be covered in mud before long and the colour will be unrecognisable.
Right off for a run with the club, maybe see Bob down there.
Good running DT and Funster, enjoyed the reports. Nice casual 10 mile PB, marrows.
My bright green XC spikes arrived today, they're much lighter than anything I've ever worn and also have little / no heel drop, I expect they'll make my calves hurt? Not sure where bright green fits into the colour speed stakes either, they do look fast though, don't think I'll do them justice.
hi Tommy how come you have been resting up then? I was speaking to muddy and I'm sure he said you run a sub 01.35 recently, so looks like you beat me to it. Well done though mate great effort. Muddy and I have entered the pudding run as well, so hopefully see you there if my back gets better.
No real reason, other than work has been redonkulous recently, fortunately we've got somebody new starting which should lighten the load a little bit. Didn't quite get sub 1:35, so you can still beat me to it. I think the race is in Walsall, think it was one you and Funster did last year? Hope the back isn't serious, as Pete says, take it easy.