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Fantastic run Will,that's more like a tough mudder,sounds as you had a great day.
enrvuk - think I'd like to go running through central London,so much to see,maybe too much of distraction though.
Great running Hazelnut,some great long runs.That old guy must be fit if he's been riding all his life up and down those hills.
JT, I'd say that 16 miler is still shifting it somewhat.Like how you check your weight,haven't weighed myself for years,like Hazelnut,if my trousers fit I'm happy.
Cal,that's great solid four weeks of running.Which half are you doing ?Hope your groin is ok.
Linton,good idea to just run on grass for the next month,just don't push it too much though,as you still don't know what's caused this injury.I don't wear shorts over my tights,I don't particularly like wearing them but come in handy when really cold.My girls always have a good laugh at me when I start wearing them.
Been a busy week so I've only ran 15 miles so far.Ten was from yesterday's double session.5 easy miles in the morning and then hill sprints in the evening with my club.Want to try and finish the week on 50 miles and then I can start my taper.
Great result Cal,should set you up nicely for Kingston.Maybe get in touch with the organisers about the t shirt,they must have loads left over.
Just over 8 miles this morning,which included 4 mile repeats @ 10kp.Very cool and drizzly,kept seeing reports of the warm weather down London - not up here!