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Posted: 15/04/2015 at 20:27

Good effort on the bingo phrases CRAB but you did manage to miss out 'orange singlet', 'SPO', 'nads out' & 'beerio'.

Top maintenance there TR, saves you being hung out to dry etc.

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Posted: 11/04/2015 at 18:34

Cracking reps Dr. Dave and great pace & PB from Jools.  Nice last LR on the board ES, pity about the wetting.  However I still think Luke has the right to be the most bullish about his performance, particularly as it seems he ran it on the hoof.

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Posted: 11/04/2015 at 13:29
Congrats Luke, you must surely be the first man to win a Park Run with calf problems. I hope you didn't milk the victory too much.

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Posted: 11/04/2015 at 08:43

Cripes what's happened to the weather.  After sipping Pimms in the garden yesterday I got out for a run early doors this morning only to find it to be cold, raining and windy.  Bring back spring!

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Posted: 10/04/2015 at 00:48

Many happy returns Luke, even if it is slightly belated.

Great to see so many last long runs & sessions done & dusted, can't see any disasters happening unless it's Dan of course

Charlie.. if you were truly cursed/unlucky, surely the bathroom scales would've landed on your leg/foot.   You're in good nick fella, protect from now on.

Easter in the lakes went well.  After the Friday washout ideal conditions prevailed.  Great Gable, Green Gable & Brandreth done Sat, Middle Fell, Seat Allen & Haycock Sunday.  Harter Fell done Monday.  Ideal conditions with mist in the valleys on the way up but clear on the tops.  One highlight on the way up to Seat Allen was seeing the fell running legend Joss Naylor running down with his dogs, hearty hellos were duly exchanged.

Surprised to see no-one weighing their shoes yet??


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Posted: 02/04/2015 at 21:00

Banksy.. turn the autolap feature off and simply use the Garmin as a stopwatch.  You can set one of the screens to 'pace for current mile' if you like to keep an eye on it.

TR.. you're putting some hefty training in, one of the advantages of not being part crocked this time I guess!  The cake must be nearly baked now. 

Lev.. more cracking stuff in between the X-training.  Hope you stay intact and make the start line. 

JAP.. hope you have a belter at Folkestone, can't remember if I asked but will you be at the Red Lion in spectating mode this year?

All the best to PP for Maidenhead too, nice profiterole consumption BTW!

SL.. you must get that magazine, it tells you how to get to the start!  Monstrous mileage BTW.

Get well soon messages to Padams & Selbs.

I've been ticking over since Barca, still wrestling with a piriformis type discomfort in glute/hammy or 'sitting on wallet' syndrome.  Doesn't stop me from running, particularly as one tramadol every day or two reduces the discomfort by 95%.  I will have to compare notes with TT as he is surely by now addicted to Naproxen!   11m today in blue sky & light winds, first time I haven't needed gloves since October.

I'm heading up to the lakes for 4 days tomorrow (Wasdale area) for a bit of romping around in the hills and some beer.  Another tramadol will be necessary as sitting in a car for 2-3 hours would otherwise be a touch uncomfortable. Hope everyone has good weekend be it racing/training/days out.

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Posted: 25/03/2015 at 13:57
I once did 22.4m on my treadmill though in my defence it was snowing sideways outside and icy underfoot. Two FA Cup ties on the TV one after the other kept me engrossed.

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Posted: 24/03/2015 at 20:58

LS21.. typical tight Yorkshireman.  You can buy Gary Glitter's old computer at a bargain price on ebay apparently.  Hard drive optional.

Great effort at Beachy Selbs, good to hear you're still in one piece.

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Posted: 20/03/2015 at 21:29

Top pacing that JAP, mile 25 looks like you knew the post race bar was looming! 


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Posted: 20/03/2015 at 00:33

Best I can offer is an anagram of my town - castrated.

Don't do it Dan A, the gods of London town rarely smile upon you.

Nice reps PP, you didn't do all those 5:2.. reps to wind up the Everton fans did you?

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