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Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 11/05/2011 at 23:39
No results seen yet.
I'm also away for the round island race, but the August 10 maybe a good one for me.

8.30 per mile but would like to run 7.30

Posted: 10/05/2011 at 22:40

Goldenheart on behalf of Silversoul.

Thanks TFAN for the advice. Will defo be incorporating all of the above in to my next 6 months of training. I'll come back to the board with progress, results and feedback.

Thanks all again.

Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 10/05/2011 at 22:36
This sounds interesting. Its just up the road from me and I've never run this before. Late August I believe. I'll keep it on my radar TF, as I'm training and building my legs up for doing my 1st ever marathon in the 1st half of next year.

Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 10/05/2011 at 10:58

That was an interesting read. Didn't experience any marshalling issues myself, but then I was about 3/4's of the way down the field, so any slip ups would have been corrected by the time I came past (you hope).

Looking to do the Southend Half next.

Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 09/05/2011 at 22:23

Yeah, I might give the sponge sucking a swerve as well.

We only saw about five of the mile markers. The rest didn't seem very obvious and 1 had spun out of position, but its a minor gripe on what was a good run and day.

 Good time Flat Footed. My Bro came in at 1.38 and my Uncle 1.54

 Haven't seen the results posted up yet. I'll keep my eyes peeled.

Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 09/05/2011 at 11:28
Agreed The Foon. I have quite a tan as well (23 degrees). Your right, with all the twists and turns the marshals did well ( I also ran on at 12 and got called back. Those last 2/3 miles were hard uphill. All in all a good day.
Already looking forward to doing this next year.
Well done on your time The Foon.

Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 08/05/2011 at 21:53
Sunburnt and the lower limbs are a tad weary. What a great day and run. Marshals good on the whole. Crowd support good and water stations. Mile markers poor. Well done to all. How did you do?
Well done my silversoul. Proud of you.
The fingers crossed more than worked in the end.

Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 08/05/2011 at 07:38
Hi Nurse Gladis. I guess your already there then. Forecasts on the BBC say that the rain will have passed on for the start and stay dry for the race. Fingers are still crossed......................can you tell I'm not a running in the rain lover. Good luck to all again.

Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 07/05/2011 at 22:03
Amen Flat Footed. Good luck to all. Fingers Crossed for the weather.

Frinton & Walton Half Marathon

Posted: 04/05/2011 at 21:19

At the mile markers on the sea front they should be handing out ice creams if its warm. Which is the best one to dunk on your head if they run out of sponges?

On seconds thoughts just checked BBC weather http://news.bbc.co.uk/weather/forecast/2370?area=Frinton light rain is forecast ( for sunday, 17C.

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