mashedPotato.- My first marathon I'd trained reasonably for (about a year) and I ended up with 4:37. 2 years and 4 marathons later I got my time down to 3:11.
I don't think I'd have got there without the actual races though.- So much is mental and each `failure` gave me new areas to work on.
I think you'd be better off planning a marathon in 6-12 months and see where you go from there.- You can't beat actual race experience when you're learning to pace a marathon.
What about a pirate running LeJog?- Pref spring 2015
I wonder whether we can mix black baloons with our usual blue and yellow at Mudchute?
Thanks Seren good to know.
We'll be at Mudchute as normal
Not been online for a while.= Any of ours over there?
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