an unlucky recreational runner with more brakes and sprains you can shake a stick at!
I enjoy being outdoors and recently sprained my ankle playing ultimate frisbee but memory helpded deaden the pain. :-)
Trying to get it all back, used to run 3-5k every other day, sprained my ankle badly, small tear in the anterior tibial ligament. Looking for support and information.
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 have only just started running at the beginning of 2004. I got the 'buzz' for it straight away. Although i have had trouble with my ankle (sprain) and knee, hopefully due to rest i am now back
Back to running after a 20 year break. More often injured than not. Currently nursing a sprained ankle. Would love to have a few consistent months' training to achieve some good times.
I Ran for Basingstoke Athletic Club when i was a teenager and have always enjoyed running. I did my first 10k last year in 58:38 even tho i had sprained my ankle.
I enjoyed running, but then sprained my ankle,and have just started again-so i'm really a beginner AGAIN-it's been about 3 yrs since i ran more than 3 miles
I'm 35 and have started to run in the last few months after giving up a very stressful job! Before I started, I sprained my ankle so have had lots of physio to get it right again! I've started
seconds and Yesterday (28/11/04) I did my first 10K race (Nike Run London) in under one hour without stopping to walk - considering I sprained my knee two weeks prior to race I feel so proud of myself!
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