Jokeybhoy


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London Marathon 2015

Posted: Today at 19:40
Tried the link and still not working,the suspense is killing me,guess I'll need to wait for the postman

London Marathon 2015

Posted: Today at 17:31
I didn't get my magazine today,I'm praying that they sent out the rejections 1st and I've been accepted,I'm not that lucky so it's probably just the Royal Mail being slow as usual.

Paris Marathon 2015

Posted: Today at 11:30
Weedy:Brighton closes early,I think it's to stop people holding off til after the London ballot.Im leaning towards Manchester,have you done that before?

New York Marathon 2014

Posted: 28/09/2014 at 09:53
It's a race I would love to do in the future,how do you go about getting signed up.I know of the sports companies that do it,but they are quite expensive

Paris Marathon 2015

Posted: 28/09/2014 at 09:49
Hi folks, I've not been on for a while as I took a bit of time out from running.Its like I've no been away.The paris list is more or less the same as last year ,well done to everyone going again.

I'm hoping and praying for a place in London marathon,if that fails I might find another in the Uk,any recommendations?

Would have like to have done Paris again but I've book for Florida next summer so no way I'll afford it,maybe 2016.

Loch Ness marathon 2014

Posted: 28/09/2014 at 09:36
Good luck to everyone running today.Wish I was doing it.

Loch Ness marathon 2014

Posted: 30/06/2014 at 22:02
Another week of decent running done.Back up to 12 miles for my long run.Ive got a bit of a dilemma.Ive just noticed my tickets for Still Game are for the Saturday night in glasgow the night before the marathon.Tom is the deadline for signing up,so I'll need to find a way of doing both so I don't upset the wife.

Loch Ness marathon 2014

Posted: 14/06/2014 at 19:18
Helga:the OROD(grid roller) is a very good substitute and cheaper, for a massage,it worked wonders for me

Loch Ness marathon 2014

Posted: 14/06/2014 at 14:42
Hi everyone,I've not been on in a while,my knee/ thigh problems were beginning to get me down.Things have improved over the last few weeks.I found a load of trigger points in bottom tip of my quad and in the TFL area.Since I've been working on they areas I've felt a lot less pain,fingers crossed I'm over the worst of it.I completed a 25 mile week today which included 4 miles yesterday and 8 miles today.hopefully the next 2 weeks go well and I'll catch the July 1st sign up.Im thinking of investing in a bike to replace my midweek long run as I tend to feel most discomfort when running 3 consecutive days.

Loch Ness marathon 2014

Posted: 21/05/2014 at 20:01
Benign/eggy: Loch Ness is defo out the window for this year.Im just going to concentrate on smaller runs for now,maybe 2 days running followed by a rest day.Its not that it's really painful it's just the fact that I feel a discomfort and it's bugging the life out me esp since I've had a fair bit of rest due to start stop training for different reasons.
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