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Welcome Charlton,well done on your first run in over two years and that you enjoyed yourself.Hope you stick at it.
Chicago will be brilliant Cal,you're racking up the air miles with your international marathons.Yes,the Clapham Pioneers vest is very orange and visible,stands out a mile.Very friendly bunch,had a long walk to the start with them so had a nice chat with them.
The more hills you do Linton, the easier it becomes, apparently.
Nice run Hazelnut.I'm still in my shorts and tshirt.On Saturday's parkrun most runners were wearing tights and warm kit,I felt really self conscious that I was in shorts and tshirt.
Got myself out today,wasn't too sure how far I was going to run.Knee felt a bit stiff but the clicking had stopped,and the soreness has disappeared.In the end managed 6 gentle miles,so very happy with that.
How long will your IT band take to clear up,envruk?That's one thing I haven't had.
Hazelnut,that's the problem running at lunchtime,you can start to feel hungry,at least you were carrying emergency rations.Muck spreading really does open up your airways!
Good luck with your 5k track race Cal,strange time of year to be racing on a track.Enjoy your mulled wine.
You'll be ok with 10 miles, Malteser, just pace yourself.
5 miles yesterday,knee okish but my left calf is sore now,it's strapped up now.Really frustrasting the last few weeks, lots of little niggles,I'll see how it is tomorrow.
Well done on your 5k PB,Cal.Not the best conditions to run 18 miles today,all in the bank anyway.
Congrats on your longest run to date,Linton.Were you stopping at your petrol station for your Lucozade or did you stash it.I get a bit nervous running on unlit country roads,constantly looking straight down,dodging potholes.
Nice parkrun envruk.I rememeber that photo of Bojo in those shorts,suppose it's better than tights though.I have a couple races lined up for early next year,give me some focus with my training.