Gladys M


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Spring Classics mini league

Posted: 23/03/2014 at 21:08

Better late than never! I'm in! I don't have the first frickin' clue though so anyone beaten by me is really feckin' awful! 

ride-london-2014

Posted: 09/02/2014 at 14:52

I got rejected. I think Ned Boulting had a word with the organisers after I crushed him as FF says.

I think its quite fast, especially if you can get in with a group and ride a decent train. They seemed to form and break up as the day went along.

I'd like to have gone sub 5 this year. I think OC was 4.30 or something. 

 

Vachery/Xterra cancelled

Posted: 07/02/2014 at 16:35
Was just thinking, as many cyclists as possible should all head down there on 20th July, the day when the triathlon should have been and have a nice bike around the course. No racing, in fact the slower and more leisurely the better to appreciate how lucky we are to have such lovely areas to cycle in. 2 abreast is often safest I'm told, on the wider roads. 

Some people might prefer to cycle the route in reverse, again enjoying the view. I'm sure the locals would appreciate us sharing their lovely part of the world for a few hours on a weekend.

First Half IM - any advice

Posted: 05/01/2014 at 23:10

Ask this lot about lube and expect a sensible answer?! 

You're new round here, aren't you! 

I use Chamois buttr but if you've got something that works, stick with it.

Moving from morning to evening training

Posted: 22/12/2013 at 07:45

Cheers guys, some good stuff in there, and over 10 posts without it going off track! 

Have already been googling your club meet times HC, I mentioned it to Alan when in last week, so hoping they can help. I think the fact that others are training will be a help.

Lunchtime swimming is a possibility, as is a run I guess once in a while. I work long enough hours for them to be pretty relaxed as long as you get the work done if I'm flexible here and there.

I think organisation and motivation are going to be key to making the change.... 

Moving from morning to evening training

Posted: 21/12/2013 at 09:20

So I've always done my training before breakfast, just set the clock early, get the kit ready the night before, then get up and get on with it. I would take a swig of OJ just to get the overnight taste out of my mouth then on with it, then have breakfast after. 

But for various life change reasons (mainly work to be fair), that's proving harder and harder to do these days so I think I will need to shift my training during the week to evenings. 

Any suggestions on how to make that work best? I am worried that I will be knackered / hungry etc. when I get home and be even less inclined to train, especially swim. How do you manage that? Snacks before leaving work? Train before you get home? Any tips/tricks much appreciated. 

London (Alternative) Christmas Beer

Posted: 17/12/2013 at 14:27

Stomach threatened a load of trouble on the way home but fortunately failed to deliver. All good in the hood, an excellent evening, and learned a few things (about Boris bikes for starters!!)

Have a good chrimbo everyone!!

Challenge Laguna Phuket 2013 - Race Report

Posted: 17/12/2013 at 14:26

So you've started enquiring about a full IM there, then?!

Sounds epic, congrats. Conditions sound challenging to say the least. What was the after party like? I've heard stories...

London (Alternative) Christmas Beer

Posted: 16/12/2013 at 14:09

Looks like I'm leaving around 8/9 then! Don't want my boots turned golden! 

Sadly a half may be all I am on tonight, meeting first thing tomorrow with immediate bosses.

London (Alternative) Christmas Beer

Posted: 16/12/2013 at 07:33

Whooop!!

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Moving from morning to evening training

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Ballbuster - Saturday 9th November

A proper duathlon 
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She only won her AG at the British Middle Distance Champs!  
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Sensible September

5km a day in September 
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If you had c.£50 a month spare to spend on improving your performance..

how would you spend it  
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Ah gwaaaaan, it's flat and everything! And no swimming!! (or cycling come to that) 
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So, who's got tickets etc? 
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Ah g'waaan! It'll be fun 
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Want to run with Chrissie Wellington?

12.15pm, Thurs 3 Nov at Speakers Corner, Hyde Park 
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Celtman Extreme Triathlon

Sounds a bit like the Norseman 
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Barley a shoe in for Kona?!

How long before the Coach hits the big island? 
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Ballbusting in November

(not related to Holg's cycling habits!) 
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Cycling kit etc at Lidl this Thursday

Thursday 28 July 2011 
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ITU Austria race on TV

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