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Kent Roadrunner Marathon

Posted: 31/05/2013 at 08:19

And then from Metcheck, I've got light rain in the morning....

http://www.metcheck.com/UK/dayforecast.asp?zipcode=DA11%207NP&day=1

Whatever it is, best of luck all - I'm number 185, and will be clad pretty much as in my image, including trademark bright orange cap - good whatever the weather!

If anyone sees me, tell me to slow down and remind me I'll only blow up - I'm relying on that to get me through the last third.....

 

 

Kent Roadrunner Marathon

Posted: 24/05/2013 at 16:25

hi guys, I entered this ages ago planning to use it to kick on from a spring mass marathon and knock out a pb, but have been plagued by injuries pretty much since last summer. It was touch and go I'd make it, but have taken the plunge, despite very interrupted training (and not much of it!). But it could work in my favour, with no great ambitions - I'm sure I overtrained for London last year when I peaked too soon, but won't have that excuse next weekend! The plan is to take it easy, control my pace (something I'm notoriously bad at!) and ease round in my own good time. Besides, with lots of short laps, I can always bale out

This will be marathon number 9 for me - sorely tempted to call it quits at 10, so I'm looking at a training run to start the build up to an autumn run....

A nice bit of rain would suit me - once your wet you can't get wetter! And LTS, can you taper if you never really got going in the first place?! I'm planning a 10 mile pacing run over this weekend, then nice and steady next week!

Thanet 20 Mile

Posted: 03/03/2013 at 14:12

well done today everyone - results are now on the club website....

http://www.thanetroadrunners.org.uk/news/2013-03-thanet-20---race-results

Fans of Thanet

Posted: 09/01/2013 at 18:42

I’ve had a cheaper Garmin 110 for about six months now, and although it works well enough, the battery life isn’t great. And like Bill said, it mists ups. Not the end of the world, but my old foot pod FR50 lasted ages on a button battery.

I'll see you on Sunday, Bill!

Thanet 20 Mile

Posted: 09/01/2013 at 18:39

the course for last year's race is on ths link...

http://www.coursemeasurement.org.uk/detail.php?area=South&no=2012032

it won't be quite the same this year, as we're going to Broadstairs first, and missing out the loops around the start. It's being measured this weekend, so I'll have it on the website in due course. It is good that it takes in the Ramsgate end of Thanet. am I going to run it - we'll have to see....

Fans of Thanet

Posted: 21/12/2012 at 12:24

Cheers, Bill - it's all sorted now. The Thanet 20 is active to non-subscribers as well, so I don't need a special link.

Likewise, have a great Christmas - an injury free 2013 would be good!

Fans of Thanet

Posted: 15/12/2012 at 07:56

I know Bill - I get well cheesed off with folk walking aimlessly all over the place in town. Not difficult to walk in a straight line is it?

On another note, the Thanet 20 is now up, but neither Sharon nor I are subscribers. Can someone please give us a link to the race, so I can stick on the TRAC website? Cheers!

 

Fans of Thanet

Posted: 04/12/2012 at 17:09

what is that loopy guy on?! As you say Cinders, seems like a proper wingebag - why does he bother?

Thanet Roadrunners AC Alan Green Memorial 10 Mile Race

Posted: 04/12/2012 at 17:07

Did your number 26 swing round then Bill 

(that's not a euphemism.....)

Thanet Roadrunners AC Alan Green Memorial 10 Mile Race

Posted: 03/12/2012 at 07:11

The race photos from Sunday are now available on Jodi Hanagan’s website (http://www.jodihanaganphotography.com/p390641488) – please take the time to have a look and place an order through the website.

Thanks!

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