Photos: Sarah Belton«BR»Issue date: «BR»Keywords:«BR»Type: --Glyn (foreground) and Steve - Day 2Once in while a topic appears on the Runners World forums that you just can’t overlook. In August 2002 Tobie Meyer wrote:"A couple of us are looking to run Paris Marathon on Sunday 6/4...
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My Tri ProfileAge.... Over 21I have been running for... On and off (mainly off) for nearly 25 yearsStrengths... Eating (except cauliflower and chocolate)Weaknesses... Eating (except cauliflower and chocolate)Ironman experience... How do you spell that?PB's10 - 1sub-80 mins10K - 4...
Anyone recognise this motley crew?It was a wet day in July when Coops10 launched a deceptively simple-sounding idea into the forums - given that many forumites had never met, wouldn’t it be a great idea if we all met up for a r*ce involving teams
the fact that we had some runners who were going to take longer than the advertised cut-off time.The other thing that made it such a success was the enthusiasm of the forumites themselves and this year lived up to last. Back in February SoVeryTired entered
It’s no coincidence that sporting events staged near Box Hill, Surrey, come with intimidating titles (think the Knacker Cracker 10K or the Surrey Legs of Steel Challenge). As one of the best-known summits of the North Downs, it poses a gutsy challenge to all who atte...
later, when Candy, clearly a cultured man, called the rapidly growing Runner’s World group of Ironman wannabes the following year a Ship of Fools – and added ‘Pirate’ in deference to that original sticker.Forumite and Channel swimmer Dr Nic pointed out
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Forumite Monique at the Bala Middle Distance TriathlonOver the past two years, the Runner’s World Tri forum has grown, strengthened and spread its DaGlo message into the furthest reaches of the international triathlon community.The Pirate Ship
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