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Posted: Yesterday at 11:31

Hmm.  That would be an interesting insurance claim.

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Posted: Yesterday at 10:02

CW: oi!  I play a full size violin (just).

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Posted: 15/09/2014 at 15:51

I'm frankly a bit worried about the cello bouncing around loads if it wasn't a flight case, let alone CW's sanity...

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Posted: 15/09/2014 at 13:39

Yes, I'm doing Bristol, Marders - I'll give you a shout on the Portway!  Not sure who else (if anyone) from this thread is.

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Posted: 15/09/2014 at 12:37

Wait a minute: you were jogging to Parcelforce with a cello, CW? That is properly hardcore, and even more so if it was a hard case but not a flight case (although I say this as someone whose sister was foolish enough to play the double bass: jogging with a double bass probably goes beyond hardcore and into ridiculous, however!).

5M easy into chambers for me and it'll be the same back home this evening.

PS: I agree that if MsP can knock out that session, even with the assistance of the metronomic pacer that is PP, the marathon target in particular looks soft (although I appreciate NY isn't the fastest course).

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Posted: 14/09/2014 at 15:38

Afternoon all.

14M incl. 6 x (1M + 3 mins) yesterday morning.  Reps ended up as half marathon pace or thereabouts, which I'll take early doors and solo.  18M steady (7.58m/m) this morning to bring up 69M for the week.  I think P&D are pretty cruel making a week 69M - it's like they fail to acknowledge there are plenty of runners out there itching to make it a round 70...  Cute dog is receding (so to speak) and I feel quite a lot better.  Hopefully I'll be back to 100% by next weekend for the Bristol Half!

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Posted: 12/09/2014 at 16:39

I'm sensing a race report typed off-forum and then cut and pasted - but Badbark hasn't realised he lost the tail end of the report!

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Posted: 12/09/2014 at 16:38

Have just nearly spat cake at the screen, PP!

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Posted: 12/09/2014 at 15:12

The anticipation...!

Session was ok, but seems to have left me a little husky!!  Good news is that still no symptoms below the neck/swollen glands or anything which means I can't train, but I'm clearly a little below par.  Hope that ceases to be the case soon...

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Posted: 12/09/2014 at 15:04

Nice 5000s, PP and Dachs

Club session last night blew away the cobwebs but not sure it was an entirely brilliant idea.  Still only have man flu from the neck up (so to speak) but am now a little husky.  

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