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Sub 3h15

Posted: 25/11/2015 at 13:19

Well done on your Thames Towpath marathon Lorenzo - a top time!

20.14 & 3rd place in carp conditions is good going GM. Your friend did really well clocking 122 miles - incredible distance! The shed pic got quite a few like BTW.

Good luck with your free marathon Badbark, 14 laps will be interesting - hope the scenery is good

Sounds like you'll have big scar Leslie!

Looks like you are getting a good balance of training and fitness Abbers

Didn't run last night as I went to see Milton Jones. I was crying with laughter for most of the show - top comedian!

Sub 3h15

Posted: 20/11/2015 at 13:14

Excellent time Jools, I'm sure sub 30 is there to come sometime.

Make the most of the sleep Gul. Hope the ribs are healing.

Looks like you inching back VTRunner. 40 mile weeks is a decent amount.

Happy Birthday Lorenzo - Enjoy!

Liking the forward planning there BikeIt. I'm toying with getting a Treadmill in the future, but know Mrs KR would hate it in the house. I saw this by one of my FB friends and think this is the solution. A dedicated shed complete with TV!


Sub 3h15

Posted: 19/11/2015 at 00:57

Nice one Jools, congratulations!

Hope the drugs and recovery do their thing Leslie. Be strong and fingers crossed the op has done its job.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 18/11/2015 at 13:25

Seems like a good plan there BikeIt. Considering local conditions & altitude looks like a big factor where you are. Hope the recovery is swift.

Cracked ribs are very uncomfortable Gul. I damaged my ribs a good few years ago falling over and landing on my side. Lying in bed was very uncomfortable, so know how you feel.

10 miles last night with the running Club in the extreme wind. Luckily it was behind us in the last 2 miles.

Vasectomy & marathon running

Posted: 16/11/2015 at 12:49

Managed to get round the marathon in 3.14.xx.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 15/11/2015 at 23:36

Hats off to you for getting that sub 3.30 time BikeIt. A 6 am start would be a tough one (except for Gul) let alone the 14 and rising temperature! Enjoy a bit of rest and hope the cramping muscles subside.

Great time 0052 in your 10 mile race in tough conditions.

Awesome time too Fishy considering your build up and the tail and head wind multiple laps.

Sounds like you are starting to enjoy the XC Birch. Well done on beating your rival.

A top 10 mile time there Lorenzo. Looks like the mara training is paying off. Good luck with your week of rest & carb loading!

15 miles yesterday (with my new local Parkrun after 9 miles). Took it easy and made it round @ 6.45 pace. At least now I have a time to beat next week!

Sub 3h15

Posted: 13/11/2015 at 13:11

A bit like going up stairs Gul. Do you have stairs on Norfolk A good long run though this morning & 17 a great time on feet distance. Lucky you landed on grass!

Good luck for your 10 mile race on Sunday 0052. Hope it's not too stormy.

Sounds idyllic GM, running on the beach in shorts & a vest. Make the most of it.

12 mile tempo run last night @ 7.22 av pace. Was very windy in places.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 12/11/2015 at 13:22

VTrunner, I think a spell of downtime or scaled back running each year is good for the body particularly if you have done an Autumn & Spring marathon.

Shame a bout the cold Meadower - keep up the vitamin C and hot black current.

Good recovery run pace Gul - time on feet is important

6 miles with 6 x hill reps last night.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 08/11/2015 at 22:31

4.12 am is always going to be sleep time for me Gul.

Finger crossed your recovery is fast SJ.

That's a long sneak of a run Lorenzo! nearly 20 miles off road is a good stamina building run. I like the idea of going that far off road.

Good prep for your Parkrun GM. just think of all the carbs you had the night before

Brilliant double 5k running in one day Meadower. Shame the course was a bit short after that greta pace. Certainly seems like sub 6 minute mile pace.

Nice WAVA grading there Birch & VoGit position. Crawling in at 4am (just as Gul is going out running?).

15 wet undulating miles yesterday and a 4 mile recovery today to get to 45 miles for the week. Building put he miles again.

Sub 3h15

Posted: 06/11/2015 at 13:14

Looks like you are getting some good sessions in Meadower. Are you taking it easy in the morning parkrun ready for the evening race. I've never done a race in the dark - I think that would be quite interesting.

Looking at your post time Gul that must have been a 4..30 am start? Hats off to you for getting out the door that early for that.

A good mixture of training there Abbers. Don't mind running in the rain, it's more the very cold & rain I don;t like especially cold wet hands!

Planned a 10 miler last night on a new route but took a wrong turn and got lost. Not sure how, but think it was roadworks at a round about and I took the wrong turn. I kept expecting to get to another roundabout, but was in fact heading out of the city. Had to ask a puzzled dog walker the way back to the city centre. Run ended up as 14 miles, but got a decent av pace of 7.29. I guess I was keen to get home (and hungry too!).

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