Standing ovation for the comedic Mr Blackford following this month's RW Finishline.I haven't laughed so much in ages especially at the James Blunt Concert comment. Hot chocolate came out my nose! A superb piece. Thank you for such a good giggle.
The Great North Run times and results were published earlier today, and some of you may be as surprised as us to find that the time on the website does not match the time you remember seeing on the finish-line clock.Does anyone know how the time
. Not sure I could cope if I hear that going over the FLM finishline!! Cheers Hollywood! Thats great! x
join in the "fun".:o) Dont want to be pedantic but "Drinks Stations every 5km" in a 10km race surely means theres one at half way?!! Excellent race, even for me as beginner. Recommend to anyone just starting- what a great feeling to cross the finish-line!
...I was pleased to be able to get to the finishline....I suppose in my weakened state 2:17 is not too bad.See you all soon SB You poor thing! SB, hope that you are feeling better today. Thankyou so much for passing on Ratty's fabulous news.
year, great fun running down the blue carpet to the finish line, although having a couple of dead turns on each lap of the bike course it's a pretty circuit.I really enjoyed it even though some thieving b*stard nicked my medal and sunglasses whilst I
organisation, very very friendly, excellent food at check points and at the finish.DazTheSlug - Man v Horse (mid-Wales in June) - clockwork organisation, awesomely scenic course, best finish-line area ever, opportunity to run against HORSES! Nick L
I'm one of those joggers who doesn't go jogging as much as I should, but I've done a few 10k's and have put my name down for this one! Does anyone know what this one is like, i.e. hills, etc...? Althought I know I'll never be first to the finish-line
,I'm in the same boat as you. I have tried every perm. and nothing. Really P@#$%^& if you can't find your result call them. I did. They tracked me down on the finish-line video. I've still not got an official time yet, but at least they know I finished.I think my
Tee, that's great news.I sometimes amaze myself by being able to do that, it is a great feeling. It's also good training, when you come to the end of a race, you can see the finish-line, if you're able to finish at speed like that, it will help knock a few
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