Since I seem to have some support on the mobile phone thread, how about a Tuesday version of what should be a Friday thread.Based on the ever-popular George Orwell novel, and the Hancock-Merton TV show, what five things would you like to banish to Room 101?My five, in no particul...
Well seeing as the race is now in the events diary, I thought I would start the thread off.The four of us here have entered, who else? Hiya SkidpanI looked on Lincoln Council website but couldn't find any info. How do I enter? Hi KS.You can go to the council website at www.linco...
Heritage - 81.06paul cooper - 92.8 (279.2)the mileage that people on this thread each month is amazingmy poor legs couldn cope with it lol marshallini – 185.26 (year 560.41)Flabby 1nce - 160Andy Sly - 130 ( 511)Dual Heritage - 81.06paul cooper - 92
lines from a poem called "The Road" (don't know who wrote it) that run through my head whilst running marathons - particularly over the last few difficult miles when the legs feel as if they're wading through treacle:"Trust in your own quick step,the end
The 'Book of the Month' for this reading group for May 2004 is 'The Wasp Factory' by Iain Banks. All welcome to participate. Published in about 1984. A short novel, straightforward, interesting, well-written, a good example of how to write a novel well.As usual, please could peop...
Well in this order:1) Prodigy at Brixton Academy, early 90's - it was the No Good tour and there was either a sprung floor or it collapsed, I cant really remember but it was bouncing.2) Bjork at Pheonix, mid 90's - headline set with pyrotechnics, what a voice for an Icelandic mid...
down on the finishing line (legs just gave way as he touched mat) and being carried off after I had finshed, if that was him? My thourghts are with the family, and I know it is not much but my PB of 1h28m44s will be dedicated to him, I worked hard
I’ve recently joined a gym (with a swimming pool too) and did an eighth of an ironman there the other day after work (I included the 16k bike to and from work) so I actually did: 22.5k bike on a kind of recliner bike(just 6.5k at gym)5k run on treadmill500m swim in the pool. Was ...
on Sunday to hold my hand for my first proper run. I only intended to run for 20 - 30 minutes but with the help of Mussy's enthusiasm I ran for 80 minutes (10K) so nothing for the elite runners to wory over yet but I'm pleased with it. The old legs are a
for a pint and a bacon buttie in the time it took me to get in but I'm pretty chuffed with mine at 1 hr 46 mins... but something went strangely wrong with legs at mile 11 as was on course for about 1hr 43 mins. Never mind, what a great morning' race
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