to it (Calf strain at the mo) so on the recovery table at the mo.Stuart
Been running now for almost 20 years with a 10k and 2 half marathons in 1991 being my first races.Run numerous 10k's over the years. Have Been hampered by ankle injuries and calf strains for last
considering i had a calf pull in the preceeding 6 weeks.
races. So far i entered three 10k's this year, First was BUPA Manchester 10k, which I missed due to a calf strain playing football, gutted!!! Next up, Leeds 10k in June, then I'm up for the City
, followed by calf injuries when, in response, I tried to change my (carp) running style, took their toll, got a lot slower. Mini-revival from autumn 2008 thru early 2009 (37:51 10K, 84:51 half
Amsterdam Marathon - 4h 26m 01s2004 Milan Marathon - 4h 21m 02s2005 London Marathon - 4h 52m 04s pulled calf at 16m2005 Edinburgh Marathon - 5h 08m 53s no training since London2006 Chicago Marathon - 4h 36m
mile tops but more regularoccasionally get cramp and sore tight calf muscles however rinking an keeping hydrated plus adequate warm up reduced this to the odd twinge.injury again set me back to a quad
adult life my running has been a bit up and down with some quite severe injuries (paralysis in my right calf in 2001 stopped me running for 18m). Now I am back on form and running 8 min miles in training
calf got strained. Still v. pleased with 3hr42m.Did Cardiff Mara on 9Oct05 at 83%MHR in 3hr20m :-)Did Wokingham HM on 12Feb06 at 83%MHR in 1hr28m :-)Did Rotterdam Mara. on 9Apr06 in 3:16. Had to walk
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