SlokeyJoe


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Sub 3h15

Posted: 26/12/2016 at 11:21
Hi Leslie
Hip not great I'm afraid (hence the absence).
My running has been severely curtailed - nothing on the road, struggling on the tready - just a smattering in the muddy woods.
Bike is going well though.
I'm pretty sure that 2017 will be my last year with any running in it at all.
Have a few events lined up to have as a finale and then hanging up my trainers.

Anyway, that's not very xmas cheery is it!?
On the positive side I'll be donning a GB age group vest for the ITU world swim/bike champs in Canada and again for the European iron distance champs in Holland. Looking forward to that

Have a great new year everybody!!

Sub 3h15

Posted: 26/12/2016 at 09:36
Hello all!

Quick pop in to wish all a fantastic Xmas break and a productive running New Year!

Keep at it folks

Sub 3h15

Posted: 20/10/2016 at 14:00
Nice target Birch and speedy early morning stuff from Gul and Leslie

Hmm, bad run last night. Decided to do a tempo effort to the top of the fell and felt quite good but just as I hit the turnaround point the hip seized up and was really quite sore - reduced me to a walk on the way back down. I think I pushed it a bit too much too soon.
Back in the pool for the first time in months this morning for the tri club coached beasting session. I was promptly spat out the back of the group I was swimming with and was nearly lapped on one of the sets. Hard, hard effort and shows how much work I need to do to get back to "indoor form"

Sub 3h15

Posted: 19/10/2016 at 14:27
Welcome back CC and VTr and welcome to the thread for SEdan.

Not much going on here, 6th place in a 79mile bike race at the weekend and only 90s off 3rd spot - bit galling as 4th and 5th place riders sucked ny back wheel between miles 60 and 78.5 without taking a turn which isn't particularly good etiquette but hey ho
Still swim running early in the morning - the first swim leg is becoming rather refreshing!
Out on the fells this evening for a jog round with my (impeccably behaved) pooch. As for the pacing debate, it will be slow....

Sub 3h15

Posted: 08/10/2016 at 21:39
Excellent cycling target race Poacher - jealous!

Good luck to Abbers and Gul tomorrow and extra special heapings of luck to Jools - smash it!

Sub 3h15

Posted: 25/09/2016 at 19:51
Well done GD - cracking time! Enjoy the beer, very well deserved

Sub 3h15

Posted: 24/09/2016 at 23:29
GM, Breca Buttermere was awesome - hope your buddies had a great time at the Jersey race - the pre-race photos looked great

Long and windy all day bike ride today around Bowland which included sandwiches cakes and several beers. Perfect training

Sub 3h15

Posted: 23/09/2016 at 18:34
Best of luck to GD and MsE - would love to go back and run Berlin again

Well done to the Hull tourists last weekend - smashing runs from OO and Poacher and well battled out to the finish Woldsman

GD - my son's bike was stolen last week after being at uni for 4 days - annoying

Gul, you need to say hello to folks in Lancashire - much friendlier.

Good luck to KR for the footy - I'm enjoying the sharp decline in United's form after being schooled by the blue shirted heroes the other week (waves to GM)

PMJ - hope your time on the rack is productive but sounds painful to me

Some early swimrun sessions again this week (starting in the dark in the lake is interesting - training buddy wore a head torch in the water!). Also been hitting the bike hard and body feeling ok whilst still ticking over some run mileage. All good

Sub 3h15

Posted: 16/09/2016 at 16:14
Hi all
Taking it fairly easy here with some biking and some lovely early morning swimrun sessions in the lakes.
Currently no races booked in (first time in 6 years) which feels a bit weird.
My hip makes a clunking noise Leslie, not that I want to alarm you.
Anyhow, just popped in to wish our racers luck this weekend - looking forward to the reports

Sub 3h15

Posted: 07/09/2016 at 23:09
He'll be fine MsE!
Hip is feeling not too bad - bit stiff and sore but manageable. I think the wonky and often soft terrain plus frequent ice baths made a huge difference.
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