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Nove Colli Gran Fondo

Posted: 04/11/2014 at 17:17

how much is it?

Nove Colli Gran Fondo

Posted: 04/11/2014 at 16:57

I'm pondering doing this too as preparation for IMA. I live in Italy and everyone raves about it. 

kona ironman

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 17:52

I know someone who qualified by doing 16.47 as the only woman in her age group in a particular race so there's hope for all of us at some point.

Bear in mind that 651 finishers had times over 12hrs (roughly a 1/3) and just over 200 DNFs so not everybody was a top class athlete. 

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 17:18

Big G - pleased to hear about your decent breakfast. It will make you feel a lot better by eating healthy meals. Probate is a longish process but doing it yourself will save you a lot of money. You should be very proud of yourself that you're managing to organize all aspects. Hope today went as well as it could. 

Shades - I'm a pink fan my bike's pink  but my Brooks Glycerin are a lovely shade of blue. My running gear is black, black and black for the slimming effect.

Little brother managed to hobble home at the Ironman depite tearing his hamstring. It took him over 2.5hrs longer than previous times but he had to walk the marathon obviously. I had a great time although I felt obese amongst those pro athletes. I did a bit of running but by golly it was hot & humid. Is anybody doing any marathons this weekend (Emmy will be a cert I'm sure!)

kona ironman

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 13:04

it went dark at about 6.10pm...I'd finish in the dark even if it went dark at 11pm!!!

kona ironman

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 11:18

I'm just back from Kona as my brother won a lottery slot. I would never want to do it, extreme weather conditions  and quite a boring run course - nothing to look at all on the second half and pitch black. Great atmosphere as a supporter though.  Beautiful place.

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 05/10/2014 at 19:00
Well done to all shadies! But iain, what can I say....amazing time, absolutely fantastic!!
Big g - well done on park run no.30! Don't push your Achilles, glad it was ok today
I'm in sunny Yorkshire this eve and flying from Heathrow tomorrow at 2pm...grass skirt and flowers for my hair at the ready.
Doing a run on Thursday it's an attempt to get in the Guiness w.r. Books for the highest number of people running in underpants. I;ve bought myself a pair of massive black granny knickers and will position myself next to the fattest person taking part!!!

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 04/10/2014 at 10:36
Waves! I've now got Internet on my phone but i'll probably make mistakes as i''ve got chubby fingers!
Off to Kona on Monday but little brother has pulled his hamstring so he may not be able to finish the ironman, we'll see. I;m hoping to get lots of runs in over there. Good luck for tomorrow and hope the weather is decent for you

Shades Marathon Training

Posted: 03/10/2014 at 16:06

hello shadies, I was popping in to wish all the Chesterites the best of luck, then reading back I read the tragic news.

Big G - I'm shocked and heartbroken for you. I know it's a completely different situation but when my mum died out of the blue I felt a whole range of emotions (including anger, desperation, etc) and I needed to talk. Please feel free to PM me if you need to let your emotions run free without upsetting friends and family. xxx

 

Cr@p Swimmers R Us

Posted: 29/09/2014 at 18:38

right.....off to order the swim smooth book.....

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