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Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 31/01/2014 at 10:00
OO-51 wrote (see)

Iain Moore- I live in Geneva now (week days at least) so the medical is not so easy. Besides I'm fitter now than 2009 so the certificate is still good

 

 

Tricky-Dicky wrote (see)

Anyway, that 32.55km run I did just now was for laughs. 2h38, avgHR 85% (bit higher than I would like), but given I didn't run at all for 6 weeks leading up to Christmas, I seem to be getting back on it now.

TD - 'I seem to be getting back on it now.' I love it!

Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 28/01/2014 at 07:39

OO-51 - surely you have a local doc or two to ask…?!

Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 27/01/2014 at 20:51

Weedy - 'Good luck to everyone getting their medical certificate signed today. Statistically speaking, Monday's the day when doctors are most likely to agree to requests from patients on account of them having spent all weekend playing golf and being in a good mood. Okay, I probably just made that up, but it sounds right.'

Golf? In a good mood? On a Monday??? Pah!

Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 08/01/2014 at 22:06
Tricky-Dicky wrote (see)

Have been to Cologne for the marathon twice (it was the first I ever run). Never seen so much post-race grub lined up. Great place.

TD - sounds ideal!

Dirty Dirty Dirty Leeds Rob wrote (see)

Iain - 10% achillies/PF, 90% CBA I'm afraid!

DLR - glad you're overcoming the potentially-fatal (to your running career) CBA...

benignmurmurring wrote (see)

Yer Maj - I get freaked by just thinking about sub-4 Too much pressure for a first marathon

Orbutt - if you've tried and failed with the anti-fungal paint your GP might give you some systemic anti-fungals if that's what you want. I think that your immune system is meant to deal with it if you give it time.

BM - absolutely right. Orbutt - see the doc, he might give you some anti-fungals, but frankly, unless the nails are breaking or painful, I suspect he won't. It'll settle given time.

Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 07/01/2014 at 17:29
Dirty Dirty Dirty Leeds Rob wrote (see)

I can tell you where I haven't been RR, and that's running!  Prior to last Friday I'd ran 6 times since Berlin and only 2 of those since October.  Did 6k on Friday and 10k on Saturday and found them incredibly tough - had to stop 4 times in the 10k!

Hopefully I can slowly increase fitness and get round Paris ok and then go for my sub 3:15 somewhere (venue TBA) in the autumn.

And yes, I'm still grubby if not truly dirty.

DLR - what happened to the running dude? (Sorry been away…)

Dirty Dirty Dirty Leeds Rob wrote (see)

At the moment the shortlist (in no order) is Flanders Fields, Koln, Warsaw or Budapest, but there may yet be somewhere from left field

DLR - I'll hopefully see you at Koln I hope (I'll be doing the half though).

Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 27/12/2013 at 12:55
Dannirr wrote (see)

Glad all had a good Christmas, and very happy Maus that you and TD got to spend it together.  That's the way it should be.

I am well and truly into the taper irrationality - I awoke this morning convinced that I will not manage a half marathon, let alone the 4 races I have planned 2 weeks form now!  I know it's in my head, but that is where I live.

Dannirr - I've seen your Garmin stats, you're well on the way dude. Stay cool.

Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 24/12/2013 at 22:15
Running Reindeer wrote (see)

Leggy - here's hoping the new year brings you better luck.

Much quieter down here this morning but a lot of fallen branches and bits of roof lying around. 5 miles this morning, now I'm off to the airport. I wonder where I'll end up ?

Can't remember who asked but it looks like there will be another In the Long Run charity run across Europe next summer - Sophia to Rome, via Greece. Another hot one .

Good luck to Maus and TD and anyone else on the move today.

*Apologies for trespassing on the thread*

Glad you got home ok RR.

ITLR part 2…?

Merry Christmas, all.

Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 24/12/2013 at 00:09
hO hO 5hO wrote (see)

In teresting run on Tynemouth beach this am. Gale force winds, sand storm and hale stones.all at once. At least I had the beach to myself, but gave up after 4 miles.

Certainly not a day for flying  

What fun on Tynemouth beach! No fun flying back to NI this evening - safe trip all those going… TD - hope your trip across the Channel isn't like these guys:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-25500609

Berlin Marathon 2013

Posted: 01/12/2013 at 09:25

You people are crazy!

I've not gone for the Berlin 2014 ballot place - but I hope to be back for 2015.

See you there!

Paris Marathon 2014

Posted: 23/11/2013 at 13:28

 

KeyserSuze wrote (see)
TartanPimpernel wrote (see)

Anyone fancy this?  BUPA Great Edinburgh Run 10 miler 27 April 2014

http://www.greatrun.org/Events/Event.aspx?id=3

That sounds good but I'm still harbouring dreams about Plymouth half marathon, which is on that day. Although, looking at the train prices I'm astounded about how much they are! At this rate I'll be driving down on my own. Anyone want picking up on the way past?

TP - I may well be up for the Edinburgh 10 miler

Running Rodent wrote (see)

Jimbob - I've been looking into accommodation for Boston, and I think I might have to sell a kidney to pay for it. Which may slow me down a bit.

RR - let me know before you go any further down this revenue acquisition route

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