Britrisky


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Pirate DIY Half IM 2015

Posted: Yesterday at 21:42

Competing

Pudge   
Cake (666)   
Ironbaws   
Red_dog_chris (13)   
Mrs Noel   
Swimming Cat   
Stanners (8008'5)   
Crooky-IronKnee (15)   
Unchartered Waters   
Colourin   
Horse (999)   
Razor51 (007)   
Soupy   
Little Clown (1052)  
nozmonster (333)   
Hofmeister Bear   
Nicko   
Tired Badger (1421)   
Batty H   
Red Stripe (1418)   
Fat Lass  (44)  
Durham Biker (113)  
Iron M&Ms   
Hokori (8)   
Dustboy(4291)   
Slowtwitch Kelso (-1)   
BigKev32 (32) (Small Phyllis from No.14)   
BigKev32-BH (Andrea Booth)(CanIRunYet)(32-BH)  
JPGB  
Lumpty  
Paul Platt

Possible /Hopefull

Honk   
9Iron (erm....9)  
Ultra Bookie (Twentington) 

Right Lets see how well this works   Please take yourself off the above list and add to the relevant day list, there is also a pub list for both Friday and Saturday night, tables are resevered but they do like to know numbers  

Friday Night Pub 

SA 
Mrs SA 
Jordy
Lee the Pea  
Seren  
Blaidd drwg
Britrisky

Saturday Competing 

Mrs SA (Number 2)   
Seren (69)   (R)
Blaidd Ddwg  (96)   (R)
Blue Peter (B00B) 
Britrisky (will just do the bike leg)

Saturday Marshalling

SA 
Jordy
Lee the Pea
Britrisky (later on) 

Saturday Night Pub

SA 
Mrs SA  
Jordy  
Lee the Pea
Seren 
Blaidd Drwg
Britrisky 

Sunday Competing

SA 

Sunday Marshalling

Mrs SA 
Jordy   
Seren 
Blaidd drwg
Blue Peter (B00B)
Lee the Pea
Britrisky

 

just forgot the R after our names.although maybe i should do the triathlon as i have now entered an ironman distance.....will think and get back

Can't wait to meet up with my pals again, after such a long time ... P.S. what's the R for?

Paris Marathon 2015

Posted: 10/09/2014 at 22:53

ok - what a service! I'm doing 'Birmingham Canal Canter' (marathon distance) on Saturday - too late for this week's list ... its a LDWA event, so slow running, low fee and cake

Thanks for the welcome, and birthday wishes! Really excited about running in a foreign place - I decided to call the fee a birthday present to myself!! 

Paris Marathon 2015

Posted: 09/09/2014 at 23:34

I"m in - had to ask OH when I saw the price, but its my birthday, so today was a good day to ask  

Easter in Paris - woooo! 

Paris Marathon 2015

Posted: 07/09/2014 at 21:59

Alas - as a teacher I have no choice but to miss the party and rush back ... 

Rachelcgen - have you stayed there before? Might check it out ...?

Paris Marathon 2015

Posted: 02/09/2014 at 19:59

I've just read that our EA subs allows us to run IAAF races without needing a medical letter. A guy up our way has just had this confirmed in an email by Florence Marathon. That'll save a bit of hassle / money ... 

Guernsey Marathon 2014

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 23:11

In support of Ivor, however - there was a junction when an inland road met a coast road at around 18 miles where we had a right turn, and I did feel that I was pretty fatigued by that point, and wasn't as focused as I would normally be. I didn't enjoy running out into that junction - fortunately the oncoming cars (in both directions) were courteous (as I'd found them to be all week on holiday there), but I felt it was a significant safety issue.

I also agree that predicting who would come first, second and third wasn't the best way to introduce your best runners - raise their profiles, yes, but don't anticipate the outcome of the race.

Not everyone has the experience to know that if a race says there'll be gels there might not be any ... I take my own gels now, but I didn't on my first marathon. In my opinion, it would have been a courtesy to have informed people at registration.

I've done 15 and to date nothing beats Mablethorpe for me  !! (no milk, mind!)

Guernsey Marathon 2014

Posted: 31/08/2014 at 18:42

I read your review, and agree that there is some work still to do. I couldn't quite get my head around them funding a runner from Kenya to run and then paying him when he wins? That all seemed a bit contrived to me ...

I liked the milk at the end, mind 

Paris Marathon 2015

Posted: 31/08/2014 at 18:29

Hi everyone

Considering this race next year, but I'm at work the next day - how easy have people found it to get from the finish to Gare Du Nord to catch the Eurostar back home?

Did I read somewhere that someone had an 'recommended accommodation list'?

Some of my club mates might come as well ----, but some are waiting for a response from London first - will Paris be sold out by then?

 

T184

Posted: 28/08/2014 at 12:43

What's the secret to being successful on this, then?

Guernsey Marathon 2014

Posted: 28/08/2014 at 12:36

Did I miss the energy bars and gels? I just read on the website from Vazon Bay onwards ... I don't remember seeing any at all?!

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