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Brighton Marathon 2014

Posted: 23/05/2013 at 23:01

Goodness guys, I'm so jealous of you all. 

Suffering shin splints, aborted last nights run after 2 miles. Has caused pain all day today. Not sure I'm going to do the London Bupa 10k tomorrow now? Gutted.

 

 

Brighton Marathon 2014

Posted: 09/05/2013 at 07:55

What's everybodies thoughts on running coaches /Pts. Not sure if Nixs comments excite or alarm me? Guess we all need a bit of discipline every know and then, but in line with Lisa comments, nobody knows your body like yourself?

Brighton Marathon 2014

Posted: 08/05/2013 at 22:48

Thinking ahead to next April. Seems travelodge will take reservations without payment upfront, although not further than 11 months in advance...

still very achy from Bewl last weekend, but looking forward to running again Saturday.

 

 

Brighton Marathon 2014

Posted: 05/05/2013 at 09:54

tillstar, I've seen the lactose free milk is available now. What about almond milk (really nice).

snowmaiden, well done for getting back out, but also well done for your 12 month goal you've set yourself. 

Ive only managed a 3 miler last week, which caused a shin splint to flare up. Thenta rather bonkers I ran the Bewl Marathon yesterday. Goodness it was a difficult one, 25% slower than Brighton. They said it was undulating, I say it was blooming hilly, the whole way.

 

surprisingly feeling fine today. Hope to get my running routine back now preparing for autumn.

have a good bank holiday everyone.

Support Group 4 - Mudchute 2014

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 21:26
A little Pre-bed WHOOP WHOOP for khanivore everybody!

(ps. Hope your poorly twin is feeling better - remember to wave at every camera on course, they can cheer you from in front of the TV also).

Less than twelve hours to go everybody,

Support Group 4 - Mudchute 2014

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 20:56
Hey Khanivore, we'll be there ready and really loud to make up for your wife and kids.

Just realised, you are on the Brighton 2014 thread also. You'll have a brilliant marathon tomorrow, and you've choose a brilliant follow up marathon for next year.

Have a great night sleep, and a brilliant london marathon.

Brighton Marathon 2014

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 19:40
From my lounge window, we've watched streams of luggage trucks going onto Blackheath, thousands of portaloos, there'll be activity all night putting in place final sponsorship material on the streets...

...I'm officially jealous, I want to run tomorrow!

I'm joining a cheer squad at mile 17 instead.

Good luck VLM runners, perfect weather for you.

Brighton Marathon 2014

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 08:29
If it offers any compensation toby3, I literally see the top of my head at the start. Hardly a starring role. So glad I've entered next year.

Massage my painful calf the whole way through the program, in the hope of getting back out to run...

Brighton Marathon 2014

Posted: 20/04/2013 at 07:43
Terkiskhore - have you considered buying your mother a place for her birthday?

Watching it on TV makes me feel very emotional. It's amazing, and I've just seen myself on TV!

Brighton Marathon 2014

Posted: 17/04/2013 at 20:31
Ouch, ??50 for a half though?? And people say Brighton marathon was expensive! It's literally on my doorstep, but I'm not feeling inclined to spend that much on a half.
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