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Hilly: congrats on the titlePammie: nice xcSGQ: congrats on the PBWardi: Congrats on the sub 40 at the dash.Stickless: sounds like a lovely day out for the stickless clan. HH: Well run and congrats on the win.LizzyB: sorry to hear about the calf.What: restwhy: been very good this week with only running every other day. Rebuilding starts tomorrow.
Well won, Hilly
Orsum post, HH
Well raced a few others too (Pammie!)
And Mel seems to be putting in a stonking performance on the run right now - go Mel! Strong lungs and legs to you!
Another 1.5 miles with the kids - they wanted to train for next weekends XC. The 7 year old girl is now quicker than the 10 year old - she beat her last week - luckily the 10 year old has decided she is going to be a musician and composer so it doesn't matter if she gets beaten by her younger sister. The 7 year old boy is slower than both but so long as he can play on his DS when he gets home he isn't bothered.
Can anyone on here recommend a trail shoe? I've got Walshes for really muddy stuff but I want something more for the sort of runs which are more mixed road and country - something that can cope with slippy conditions but I'm not going to race in them so don't have to be fantastic. I was looking at Adidas Kanadia, mainly because they are dead cheap, Derby runner has some Swoops reduced too - thought they might be too much of a fell shoe though and maybe not too good for runs with 2-3 miles of tarmac ?
ssing - now that I know what you look like, I'll say hello if I see you around.
Mava - well done for braving the snow.
Pammie - good team effort at the x-country. Love the nodding the head bit 'cause you couldn't talk at the finish
Hilly - well raced - good haul.
SGQ - 10k PB - very satisfying.
Wardi - under 40 mins - good stuff and well done to the old guys and young Jon Pepper.
Lizzy - so sorry to hear about the calf muscle - take care.
Stickless - good on you getting out there in those conditions - if you get a chance - go see the movie "young at heart" - a real tear-jerker!
Hobbling Harrier - congratulations - great to be young and getting stronger all the time - enjoy it.
What: 18.4km with club (thinking it might be same one as ssing), now that would be funny. Lots of off-road, running/walking up hills and steps on tracks. Very tired afterwards.
Good running everyone.