Stuart Leaney

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Posted: 13/05/2015 at 08:48

CL - It's definitely chip time, that way I beat Padams  ;-)

CW - what on earth are you talking about  

TT - congrats on the 20.

Not a great deal of running at the moment, the mojo is kind of there but I'm holding back.  I need to get my arse in gear as though I've got the Mont Blanc marathon at the end of June and i need to morph into a mountain goat.

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Posted: 07/05/2015 at 08:26

As per Padams my recovery has been by feel, 11 on Monday was probably too far but i was having fun, since then I've run 3.5miles x2 each day, legs seem to be recovered but I'll leave any serious training to next week.

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Posted: 03/05/2015 at 20:08

Lev - that was pretty short for you, as elsewhere it was an amazing day and your ran brilliantly.

jools - loved the report, and once again a great time.

wardi -'top DIY work,

PP - sounds sensible although no doubt frustrating. 

CD - that's a great performance.

Dan - congrats on the win

had a 2 mile jog, son was on his bike  and he refused to slow down so it was a little fast although everything seems to be working.

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Posted: 30/04/2015 at 14:19

Matt - a couple of hills that usually wouldn't be a problem but no doubt they'll be absolute twats on the day.

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Posted: 30/04/2015 at 08:35

Ls21 - Great report, well chuffed for you.

Dan - Love those times.

MtR - Welcome back it was good to catch up briefly, I'm running the Bristol to bath marathon and plan on a good solid pub crawl afterwards.

Legs are now free of any soreness/stiffness may try a little jog tomorrow.


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Posted: 29/04/2015 at 08:54

KD - I can confirm Marders/spiderman was playing the crowd, going over Tower bridge with him and Lev is the best running experience I've had. Equally he was taking it seriously and pretty much broke himself, I left him at 15 miles and he was blowing big style.  I was delighted when I heard he had finished in 2.30 because I feared he was on for an embankment death march, testament to his determination that he finished so well.

RJ - congrats mate, an astonishing performance, and yep London is ace, I'm also thinking of staying over next year.

Joe Hawk - no running for me, my quads are trashed.

Mace - Congrats on the sub 3.

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Posted: 28/04/2015 at 12:06

Get in there Lev, I've also gained some time, a whole 9 seconds.

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Posted: 28/04/2015 at 10:48

Crab - I suppose fair effort is about correct.

ES - Although I congratulated you outside the red lion your huge grin was one of the highlights for me.

PP - that's a decent metronome you've got, fair play to Ms PP.

great stuff Rockhopper P.

There's no way I'll be running until Thursday(at the earliest) my quads are too tender, I tried a little sprint with my running mad son this morning and must have looked like Albert Steptoe.

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Posted: 27/04/2015 at 21:03

Mr boat - love the report and what an experience to share with friends. 

JH 1 - I think sprint may be a tad generous, painful waddle would surmise how I was feeling  

Passed 14, passed by zero.

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Posted: 27/04/2015 at 17:38

KD - I think you're a bit late with your carb loading mate.

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