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Posted: Yesterday at 11:05

Kenny , I went for swimming lessons a couple of years ago, I could push it to a whole length of a pool if I really tried , never say never but it would take a lot of practice, short Triathlons in a pool sound good, all that Shark infested water/ quick dip to Troon and back I will leave to Paul and DS and read with admiration 

Northern Ireland Running

Posted: Yesterday at 01:42

DS , I did see someone in a Peninula Tri top at the start , by the time I was telling my. Sons about Tri suits etc ,you were probably home Well done on the PB , we will meet again

Northern Ireland Running

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 23:27

I would drown  Louise I couldn't  swim 10 lengths unfortunately , improving my swimming may be something for the future but if you find a good Duathlon I'm your man  Slightly uncanny as I was coming on here to leave you a message , You were very good to a young friend of mine tonight at your training session and she really enjoyed it ( her Dad took photos) tonight was her first run, I told her to check your club out as you always seem to be having a bit of craic and are in their area , thanks for that  As regards your Tri she's a fantastic swimmer and cyclist , I was out last night with Kingsmoss cc, it was great craic , they go out on the not too serious runs on Tues n Thurs you should check it out  ,Johnny , her Dad, sent me photos of her meeting you lot thus that's why I know it was you well done kid she was well impressed 

On my more usual postings , Crawfordsburn Trail tonight on tired legs , brutal , but hey I'm alive 

Northern Ireland Running

Posted: 29/07/2014 at 22:00

28 miles on the bike tonight , just need to combine that with some running 

Northern Ireland Running

Posted: 29/07/2014 at 01:02

Paul , Alwyn , Steve Way is my new hero ,admittedly it was Ronald McDonald until recently 

Cookstown Half yesterday , very different from last year, we didn't go near the town , hilly country run in an out and back route but it was a good day out ( rumour on the street was the course was short , but I grabbed my medal and run like Forrest before anyone could take it back !!) 

Northern Ireland Running

Posted: 25/07/2014 at 22:59

9 mile cycle / 1 mile run  tonight  ( giant oaks , small acorns etc) jelly legs are interesting 

Parkrun in the morning and Cookstown half on Sunday busy weekend 

Northern Ireland Running

Posted: 23/07/2014 at 22:43

Cheers Mags ! I'm sure it's a lovely course if u can see it , but people were out quite literally standing in dense fog just to say well done , so for that reason alone I'm glad I  kept going    ( and it keeps those boys interested ) 

Northern Ireland Running

Posted: 22/07/2014 at 23:38

Thanks Kenny 

Portaferry 10 mile tonight  , tough enough course , my sons did the relay  , Mags and Louise nice to see you both as always 

Suggestions for suitable marathon for first timer

Posted: 22/07/2014 at 17:00

Rob, I ran Llanelli this year, it's completely flat on a coastal path it's only drawback is it's a figure of 8 course so it's not for everyone but you do get a fine medal and a trophy at the end 

Northern Ireland Running

Posted: 20/07/2014 at 23:35

Natalie, I will look out for you next week, this is the original course so I haven't tried it, no doubt another painfest for me but heh 

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