Stuart Leaney


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Posted: Today at 16:39

Am I the only one who hasn't received the Magazine?

Lev - Top bombing.

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Posted: Today at 09:57

"the A team won Silver" , did they do 3 legs each?

Nice going Mr and Ms PP.

Padams - Hope the chest infect clears up.

Ryan - sorry to hear about the injury.

Selbs - Great long run.

SJ - Looking good for Manchester.

CD - I was thinking of you what's on my long run, must have been terrible conditions for riding.

AlanB - Nice 23 miler.

Jools - Good 17.

CL - Great Half.

Dan - solid 18.

Al - Crazy stuff, at least you had something to watch.  Interesting enough I also ran a 2.50 marathon, with the last 6 into a horrendous headwind, energy wise I was fine, quads are battered though.

 

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Posted: 27/03/2015 at 19:40

Looks like lev maybe first to the red lion, storming session Buddy.

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Posted: 27/03/2015 at 14:08

Bains - 17 seconds faster than 2 years ago when I ran 2.28.49 but I'm doing them on tired legs from more volume in both the day and the week so I would hope the performance difference would be larger if a little fresher.  Great news to hear your off the bench.

ES -there's very little seating at the red lion, we generally hang around on the pavement.  Good luck in the 10K.

 

 

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Posted: 27/03/2015 at 09:24

TR - Sounds like a horrible journey, more good multi sporting, I'm sure the legs will recover soon.

Bains - Nice BAC on the bike.

Re: a different waterhole, the Sherlock Holmes is just round the corner and not a bad pub.

KD - Nice 20.

Selbs - Hope the hammy improves.

5mile race on extremely tired legs, managed 26.29, quicker than last month in pretty windy conditions, twas a solo effort so I'm pretty pleased. 20 for the day.

CW - You'll be pleased to know this mornings run was a right old plod.

Dan - nice double.

 

 

 

 

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Posted: 26/03/2015 at 09:50

SJ - I run with a Garmin twice a week, the rest of my runs are done "naked" 

If I had to measure speed, pace, HR, efficiency, cadence and all that other stuff I think I would pack it in.

Dan - Thanks for the MB course profile, *gulp*

TR - My thoughts exactly.

I did THE Steve Jones double yesterday 10+10, 5 this morning and 15 later with a 5mile race thrown in for good measure.  Not sure the legs are going to enjoy it.

 

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Posted: 25/03/2015 at 11:33

Selbs - A couple of reasons, my sense of direction is terrible, the last time I ran in a unfamiliar area an easy 6 miles turned into a 21mile run because I got dreadfully lost. Plus I wanted to do some timed efforts.

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Posted: 25/03/2015 at 10:07

Just lost a massive post covering the last 5 days and cant be arsed to re write, the short version.

some great races and pb smashing, some very impressive long runs, and a shame to see so many on the bench, although it's great to see Bains removing an arse cheek from it.

The wife and I had a short break in Budapest (Saturday to Tuesday), what a great city, managed a bit of running the "highlight" being 21 miles on a treadmill,  running round in circles it wasn't but it certainly involved some menthol investment.

 

 

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Posted: 19/03/2015 at 09:54

CC2 - shit news but you'll come back stronger for it.

PP - Good luck at the weekend.

TR - Another BAC sessions done.

Nice to see jools again who seemed to be enjoying her run far more than I enjoyed mine.  Speakng of which.

13 miles with 8 at tempo, over dressed, under fuelled and on tired legs, averaged 5.42m/m, and boy was it tough. 8 miles this morning. 

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Posted: 18/03/2015 at 09:39

PP - That's some session.

LukeS - Top mile reps.

Padams - Another with a brilliant track session.

TR - Hope the BAC session went well.

Nice to see Marders pop in.

7.5+7.5 mon, then 11 (6x1.25 mile kenyan hills) and 5.5 yesterday and a 5 mile death march this morning.  Legs are starting to feel it.

 

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