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Comrades 2017

Posted: 18/08/2016 at 17:49

OMG, all of that pain in the last 10k was now SO worthwhile!!!!

I think the other person is also a Martin but cant remember his surname or his tag on here.

See you on the start line in Durbs then lowrez!!!!

Comrades 2017

Posted: 12/08/2016 at 18:00

Welcome Matt and Nick. Glad you are both on board

I'm looking at Rhayader for next year, not run it before but nice its on a Saturday though.

Debra - glad you are well on the mend. Beachy Head is a lovely race, if you take it easy enough. The views coming over the seven sisters at around 21 miles are amazing.

I certainly wouldn't dream of running 50 miles in training for Comrades but everyone's different. Guess it depends how quickly your body recovers

Not long now till we all can pay our money for another year.....

Comrades 2017

Posted: 28/07/2016 at 17:49

The only slightly annoying for me about the new date is the fact that currently Comrades falls about the time of the last bank holiday in May, so means 1 more day to have to take off work.

SS - You will be fine running a marathon and then Comrades and in answer to your question, Yes it is catching

Comrades 2017

Posted: 18/07/2016 at 19:25

Nice one Ode. Welcome back.

And brilliant RR and Becca. Thats good warm weather training for n ext year then?

Comrades 2017

Posted: 15/07/2016 at 17:53

Cool a list is starting already. The race seems much closer now

I'm useless at updating so please put me down for 2nd October, Kielder Marathon.

Becca - good luck tomorrow at the stones. Will be interested how you get on with the route (how well signposted) and how easy the course is underfoot. I am running the entire length on the august bank holiday so any help is good help. I did a reccy the other week and have to say the signposts do look amazing, hope its like that all the way. Fingers crossed the weather is on your side as well.

Comrades 2017

Posted: 04/07/2016 at 19:43

Well done Debra. Before you know it, it will be January and getting that qualifying marathon in the bag.

Comrades 2017

Posted: 24/06/2016 at 20:26

At least on the up run the seeding isn't as important since you run out of Durban on the freeway and you can get into your running straight away, all be it slowly up the hills!!!!

Comrades 2017

Posted: 23/06/2016 at 20:29

Have a good run SD.

Welcome aboard ZO. You've come to the right place for advice on this great race.

Comrades 2017

Posted: 17/06/2016 at 19:03

You absolute star lowrez, thanks very much. I hope you will be returning next year so that i can buy you a couple of pints

Have a great weekend everybody, try to stay dry!!

Comrades 2016

Posted: 15/06/2016 at 18:26

Another fingers and crossed toes from me for you JAR. Hope sense prevails and you get recognised in the results.

I started back last week, nice and gentle and not too far. Although do have a 50k planned at the end of the month. Like Becca, no speed to speak of but at least pain free and my mind is willing again as well!!!!

MAC3 - great report. I too walked through the left hand line of children. Best part of the race EVER.

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