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Great course PB Cal,I'd take a 2 second pb.Hope the weather behaves itself.Good luck for tomorrow.
I'm sure you'll be pushing for a course PB Hazelnut,good luck.
Rhyl 10 this morning.Route was changed,so you were running through more residential streets,not ideal when car drivers were getting impatient waiting for the runners.Started off ok,first 5 miles where on target,averaging 6.55 P/M.But the next 5 miles were a different story,just running into 40 plus mph winds,it really knocked me out of my stride.The worst part was on the prom,sand was whipping your legs and face,so it was head down and keep buggering on.
Finished with a time of 1:15:04,which I'm fairly happy with, considering the conditions.Finished 85/548.There's plenty of positives to take into my next race,which is the Chester 10k.
Good racing Cal and Hazelnut,hopefully it'll bode well for future races and in better weather.
Make sure you can remember which rock it is Linton!Are you going to race it or use it as a training run?
8.24 miles yesterday afternoon,still very windy.Polly was filthy,so tried to get her into the stream at the back of my house but because it was flowing quite fast she was having none of it.
Good parkrun and long run Cal and good news about the foot.Didn't know the elite runners were still doing Toyko,think there were only 200 runners and no spectators.
Good to see you back and out running Swittle,9 months is a long time out.
If your OH isn't much of a runner getting drenched will not go down well,Hazelnut!No chance of me ending up in the canal,Polly runs off her lead,luckily for me.
Good news about your HM Linton,maybe you can ramp your running up a bit now.
You have great self restraint not to overtake your partner Guarddog,nice to hear that your back is on the mend.
Just a 3.72 TM run Saturday,knee is still sore so won't be doing much this week as the Chester 10k is on Sunday.