Lars


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Comrades 2015

Posted: 18/09/2014 at 10:30
How did they measure a segment for 12 hours? I am not sure my Garmin will survive a the run.

Comrades 2015

Posted: 17/09/2014 at 22:30

Cheers, it will probably depress me in the weekly mile ranking, but maybe I take some motivation out of it.

Also good to see what others are running.

Comrades 2015

Posted: 17/09/2014 at 22:18

Angela, any chance you can link to the group? I don't seem to find it on Strava.

It isn't under events, I check there quite regularly

Comrades 2015

Posted: 09/09/2014 at 20:00
Slow Duck wrote (see)

I'm a big fan on Don Oliver's programme - if you can find his book "Make sure of your Comrades medal" it's worth picking up... Otherwise Nikki's Alsoran website puts up Don's schedule each month... Alsoranrunners.info which also is a great place to look around for first timers...

Does anyone know where to get this book as a physical one? while I love my kindle some books make a lot more sense holding in hand.

I already have the relentless forward book, the plans in that will have to do otherwise.

Comrades 2015

Posted: 05/09/2014 at 15:59
I started to look at the 'relentless forward' training plan and I am surprised it only really contains 1 marathon and 1 run of 30 miles.

Looking at 50-100 miles on 50 miles a week.


Depending on the ballot I will do london or pick somewhere else. It's a good way to get to 26 miles in company.
When entering Davos a couple if years ago I ran Paris within 80s of my PB but got injured 2 weeks after, this time I will have to be just more careful not to go too hard.

Comrades 2015

Posted: 04/09/2014 at 22:54

What does it 'really' mean?

Poacher wrote (see)

Aiming to knock off sub 3.20 again for pen B, over the line in less than 1 minute this year (in the company of a Speedy Duck)

How does it compare to London? Are you just stuck if you are too far back? What is too far back? I am sure you can start too far forward.

Comrades 2015

Posted: 04/09/2014 at 22:13

http://www.comrades.com/international/international-race-information/2-race-info/320-qualifying-information

4:20 gives you a seeding in section F

4:00 gives you a seeding in section D

How much difference it makes to our experience I don't know. I run a marathon in October and hope for a sub 4, but I won't be disappointed if I only manage a 4:19. When I entered the race I entered as an event, only recently got time ambitions for it.

Comrades 2015

Posted: 03/09/2014 at 23:40
Dannirr wrote (see)

I dont think Umhlanaga is a good choice before the race. It's just too far making the need to drive, park etc, etc.  After the race however, it is superb

That's the area a work mate of mine recommended, and he is from Durban. Well, I am staying in the Hilton, don't want to be by myself.

Comrades 2015

Posted: 01/09/2014 at 00:09

Didn't buy the watch, it looked to 'Lance Armstrong' for me. But for £fish you can't really go wrong.

I am thinking of travelling Wednesday (arriving Thursday) to Wednesday (arrive back on Thursday), does it sound too short or too long for a place like Durban?

Comrades 2015

Posted: 31/08/2014 at 23:50

Got my entry in. Well too tired to look for hotel and flight now.

I booked myself onto the Friday tour as well, with an outside chance of getting in a Saturday parkrun, while I am there. Apparently it is a really stupid idea, but I like parkrun.

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