involved with the forums more, and sharing what I learn too. I love the fact that no matter what I ask on there, within a couple of hours I'll have advice from least four different forumites! Steve says: Andy has no marathon experience and hasn't much
to Mudchute with the other forumites to support at Mile 17, and I just wanted to jump over the barrier and join in. I ran again this year and it was great - it felt like one big party, from Mudchute to the wall of people screaming my name along the Embankment
into so many forumites on the course, and the huge cheer that erupted as I yelled 'Yea! Runner's World at Mile 17' deafened me. The Victoria Memorial looked like a rock concert venue, there were so many people. The best moment was coming out from under
when he saw how crowded it was. First, he settled himself in with the wonderful supporters at Mile 17 with Meerkat, Steph et al, and found himself part of the team, cheering all the forumites on and snapping away with his camera. I reached there behind
on my mind. I am instead using electronic forms of media to send my good wishes - some of you may have already received a FB Smile (I think it was a smile) from me. This goes to all those Forumites I have met socially, raced with, forumed with or even
Overall score (2006) How many would do it again? No. of ratings1 Brass Monkey Half-Marathon, North Yorkshire(1/22/06) "This is just my favourite race on the calendar - a chance to meet up with forumites in a warm space; a flat course; a great
For the week ending 22 July 2007 as chosen by kittenkatHot to trotEARLY MORNING RUNS I’m really trying my best to get out and run in the mornings before I go to work as that fits in best with my lifestyle, but I just can't bring myself to get out of bed. I’ve tried countless time...
For the week ending 2 March 2009Hot to trot...Post-Run Pleasures Some research suggests certain kinds of exercise led to cravings for certain foods. After a long winter run, I absolutely must have hot tea and toasted teacakes with real butter and perhaps marmalade. Anyone else? ...
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