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Sub 3h15

Posted: Today at 13:52

Everbarrett, I have to agree with Lit I'm afraid. I convert really well, but my 3.14.59 a few years ago at London followed in the wake of a hilly 1.30.09 half. I'm not familiar with the Neolithic marathon, but I'm guessing it's not a flat and fast PB favourable road course. What sort of time do you run the marathon at the end of an Ironman? What you really will have in your favour is the endurance. 

Sub 3h15

Posted: Today at 13:04

Eeew, I'm just about to have Easter Sunday dinner and I think I've just lost my appetite. Manky feet! Mine actually look lovely in comparison and I find them quite repuslive enough. 

And what's with the falling over Abbers and Gul? Stay on your feet people. Falling over hurts. 

I quite fancy a run, but haven't brought any kit with me. Ah well. Will walk up to my friend's house and back later. All of about a mile in each direction. Wooo. 

Sub 3

Posted: Yesterday at 21:14

If I had been a year older in 2013 I'd have run the Newcastle Marathon and not only taken BMAF championships but also the overall female race win. I've won that one before so I know I'd have beaten the time posted for first lady. 

Sub 3

Posted: Yesterday at 19:50

Come to my home town of Nottingham then Postie! It can be windy, but it can no doubt be windy pretty much anywhere. 

Sub 3

Posted: Yesterday at 19:04

Are any of the Boost suitable for mild overpronators? I fancy giving them a try.

Great North Run 2014

Posted: Yesterday at 19:03

Goodness me, over a month without a post on here. What's happened? Is there a new thread that I've missed somehow? 

Anyone running the NT10k tomorrow? I'm not doing it this year, with it being just a week after the marathon. It seems wrong somehow. It's just what I normally do on Easter Sunday!

Sub 3

Posted: Yesterday at 18:44

British Masters Athletic Federation. I presume you can enter the marathon that they're using as a championships even if you're not registered, but with a 2.45 time it would probably be worth joining your local Masters association in case you win a prize. It's the Thanet Marathon. I have no clue where that is. I wrote it off as I'm doing the GNR that day.

Sub 3

Posted: Yesterday at 15:49

Robin Hood? The winning times are usually around 2.25 so might be a bit lonely. Are you old enough for the BMAF on on the 7th?  

Team GB

Posted: Yesterday at 15:43

Nah, she'd drink it then fall asleep and forget all about me.

Sub 3h15

Posted: Yesterday at 15:42

That's rubbish Ant. If it's any consolation my left hammie is really sore and my left heel is also giving me grief. I suspect that these are shopping injuries to go alongside the 4 blisters. I have no intention of running until Tuesday at the earliest. Largely because I didn't actually bring any kit to Newcastle with me, but also because it will hurt.

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