just bought a nike + and nano etc...i would love to challenge other runners to help motivate me- especially with winter coming!send me your emailor list it in the chat thread addressand i will start the challenge up.also any tips or suggestions
I am looking to start a new challenge, which I am calling Challenge 40. I am attempting to run 40 marathons/half-marathons before I am 40 (in 27 months) to raise £40,000 for Childline/NSPCC. I am going to write a blog about my experience over
at night! Unfortunately, we'll not have a full moon though :-( Great snippets of info. I am looking forward to this challenge. Probably going to take it eazy from now, except cycling to work. I have a resurgance of achilles tendonitis in the right
Are you up to the Challenge of 36k cycle followed by 10k kayak and then a 10k run if so see you at Brigg on May 29 for a really great event.If not quite up to the challenge this year then find some friends and enter as a team.
anyone done this quite fancy a challenge?it looks pretty tough
HI Allthis is an unashamed plug for my event, the Goole Riverbank Challenge to be held on Sunday 10th June at 11 o'clock at the Westfield Sport Complex, Goole. Its a 8.8 mile approx on the riverbank encompassing the town of Goole in East Yorkshire
36k bike,10k kayak & 10k run are you up to the Challenge. 29 May at Brigg in N.Lincs further details on events list.
since bbc2 moved the challenge from a regular 8pm Wednesday slot, there has only been 1 more programme, which was on a sunday night a couple of weeks ago. I believe there is still another 2 challenges to go. Will we ever see them? When
Hmm, mildly surprised not to see an up-and-running forum for this race. Always a well organised run that is sufficiently hilly to present a challenge but not too challenging for slow runners like me. I'll be down there Richard. I've not done
Thought I'd kick this thread off. One of the most memorable events of last year, and I will definately be up for the 20 again in September. Almost entirely offroad, two or three tough hills, and wonderful scenery throughout. If you like a challenge
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