Posted: 04/05/2016 at 13:15
Sorry to hear about the stomach problems Keith, but good to hear you haven't given up the bacon butties.
Mamafox - I really hope the scan helps you get a proper diagnosis for your injury. I remember saying months back that you would be recovered in time to enjoy a good summer's running and it must be so frustrating not to have it sorted yet. Fingers crossed the diagnosis results in a speedy recovery now.
Big G/Shades - didn't see that runner on the course but she would have been a bit ahead and green start. But I think she was interviewed briefly by the BBC when they did a slot in the coverage on record breakers.
Had a club session last night which is usually a nice easy 7-9 miles, chatting all the way. But we had 2 newbies who were quite speedy and after a couple of miles easy it turned into a tempo run. A couple of people dropped back on the way but I just about managed to keep up. Funny at the end though, as no one knew who had forced the pace! Could only manage 4 miles this morning as legs felt very tired.
Race pack arrived for the London 10k at the end of this month. I'm thinking of doing another (local) one next weekend to try and remember how to race shorter distances.