Running to fight the passing of my youth. A good excuse to get out of the office at lunchtimes.
Working towards the New York marathon 2009 by running halfs this year and next. Great lunchtime running team, helps motivation.
Run at work on lunchtimes mainly. Train for 10km races. Best time 47:23 for 10km.
club tennis player - am lucky enough to be able to do most of my running during lunchtime at work around the Epsom Downs
Run for several reasons- good training for alpine climbing- gets me out of a windowless barn (ork) at lunchtimes- enjoy being fit
Enjoy running at lunchtime with work pals. Running for me is about relaxing the mind and enjoying being outside with friends. We race each other to improve our fitness but do not enter races
I'm working in redhill during the week. had a sprain about 6 weeks ago, but getting back into it. 5 miles at lunchtime today. but realy a plod. need to keep it up. wouldn't mind knowing of local
I run with a colleague 1-3 times a week at lunchtimes in the Babraham area. We would be interested in joining up with any other interested parties. Pace is still gentle (typical circuit = 5m
Cash rich but time poor.Run at lunch-time to relieve stress and maintain some semblance of fitness.Really a cyclist but cannot bear the roads where I live any more due to traffic and inconsiderate
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