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Personal Safety for Female Runners

Posted: 27/10/2014 at 06:10
I have answered the surgery, but a few points.

I carry my phone so I can listen to music or audio talks.
I tell my husband when I'll be back sometimes so he can have dinner ready!
I do use RoadId sometimes though, especially in the snow but that is for collection if injury rather than attack, though I guess some people might use it for the latter.

Stort30

Posted: 24/10/2014 at 06:41

Thank you mowzer for the response.  I don't want to be slipping into the river, that would sort of ruin the day for me!! xx

Stort30

Posted: 21/10/2014 at 22:55

Hello

I am getting my things together for the weekend and I wondered if road or trail shoes are best for this event?

I prefer road shoes, but not if they cause a problem!

also is there anyone else put there doing the event / has done the event and can share any words of wisdom please?

thanks

 

Abingdon Marathon 2014

Posted: 21/10/2014 at 22:19

As a 5+ hour finisher, (had hoped for 4:59:59) we were very well looked after and monitored to make sure we were safe, healthy and ok to keep going.

I loved it, the marshals were amazing, the support from locals and organisers was fantastic and I am so pleased that all finishers were able to get a time and a medal having gone past the later 5+ finishers at the half way point!

A great club classic, wish there were more races like this one (or that I could find more races like this one if they exist!)

Thanks to the photographers, you were great and friendly when it was lonely out on the roads - loads of great pictures to choose from!

Also thanks to Mike at the sponge station (I'm sure it was Mike not Mick) for the water for my bottle and the lovely friendly encouraging supporters there.  Life saver.  My running buddy was also very grateful for the gel

Thank you Abingdon.  Never say never, I will go sub 5 hours one day!!

Abingdon Marathon 2014

Posted: 12/10/2014 at 17:47

Oh goodness, lots of fast runners here!!

I'll be at the back keeping up the rear and hopefully sneaking in under 5hours!!

Any body done the Stort 30?

Posted: 12/10/2014 at 16:28

Definitely looking forward to this one, even if I will be running on tired legs.  Heard really good things about it from some runners I ran with for a while on a particularly badly organised event, so signed up

 

 

T184

Posted: 30/08/2014 at 22:25
Dave, I think I came into CP4 with you (me being a CP volunteer)

Well done, we all think 101 miles was great going.

xx

Sub 5 hours

Posted: 27/08/2014 at 09:23

Hello,

not been here for a while. It I was wondering is anyne attempting sub5 at Abingdon at a slow pace?

traning not gone to plan but hoping to claw myself back and would love to knock 5 mins off last years time but not sure how realistic that is at the moment.

will be doing a long run at the weekend so will see after that.

 

2015 London Marathon Ballot

Posted: 21/04/2014 at 22:08

Used to be Atom Ant, not for a while though

Tracking Runs Live

Posted: 21/04/2014 at 11:45
I have RoadId on my iphone, not sure if it has an android version (would think so) it can also alert the tracker if you are stationary for 5 mins.

xx
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