Bear B.Hind


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You know that sinking feeling....

Posted: Yesterday at 17:50

Had thought of that (and would not dream of scoffing the sausage rolls) but might go to Southend instead - well it's by the sea.

You know that sinking feeling....

Posted: Yesterday at 15:14

Not quite as bad as it could have been - at least I have another event in a couple of weeks time so the training won't be wasted.

You know that sinking feeling....

Posted: Yesterday at 15:02

Beachy Head Marathon of all things..

You know that sinking feeling....

Posted: Yesterday at 14:46

...when you've done the training, started your taper, researched travel arrangements...

only to find you haven't actually entered the @**!!## thing!!

Happy Birthday to Steve Ovett

Posted: 10/10/2014 at 11:37

I always find it strange that people think Coe came from a much posher background than Ovett.  His Dad was an engineer and he, like Ovett, went to Secondary Modern School.  The predjudice seems to stem from his name and the fact he was polite and spoke well.

waterproof jackets

Posted: 06/10/2014 at 15:30

It really depends on what kind of running you are doing.  If you are doing relatively short distances in urban areas then getting a bit damp probably won't matter.  However, if you are going to be out for long distance in the country I would carry one of those cheap plastic ponchos that you can get in the pound shops.  Very low tech, but very effective if you are caught in a real downpour. 

who's been sucessfull in the London Marathon Ballot

Posted: 01/10/2014 at 12:12

There are 2 magazines - one for success and one for rejects.  Basically the same content, although the reject mag. pushes the charities' gold bond places.

who's been sucessfull in the London Marathon Ballot

Posted: 01/10/2014 at 10:26

Yesss!!!  I'm in....

The Mile 17 support group yet again.

Thames Path Challenge 100k

Posted: 15/09/2014 at 20:45

Hi - how did you get on?  I waddled in under just under 21 hours.  Managed to trip over a tree root - worst injury being minor discolation of top joint of little finger - doh - only Bear could do more damage to hands rather feet on an ultra !

Thames Path Challenge 100k

Posted: 12/09/2014 at 11:38

Highly unlikely - you'll probably be home (and I hope dry) long before me.

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Discussions started by Bear B.Hind

You know that sinking feeling....

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Race to the Stones

Organisation problems! 
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How to kick start my kidneys post ultra.

 
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On line payment - made or not?

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Cotswold Challenge

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When shit happens...

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Last Post: 12/03/2013 at 08:28

Beachy Head Marathon

Yet more changes... 
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Last Post: 29/10/2013 at 15:11

Pilgrims Challenge

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Never mind telling other half you're contemplating a 100 miler....

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Last Post: 29/06/2012 at 11:31

Linky thing broken

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Forget 'ignore member'

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It's Here!!

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Trail etiquette

..a bit different from track 
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Forget dangerous dogs....

Attempted robbery, assault and forced to strip 
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Snot Fair

Roll up! Roll Up! Gripes and Moans here. 
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