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I`ll have to check my accounts to see if they have cashed the cheque.
Rather liked this one last year.
Ah-hah, fancy meeting you on a local race thread Mr K!
I feel the 2010 event may be a bit cooler than this year's
Im in, missed it last year due to an injury.
Puffin - according to my memory the roads over the motorway are positively mountainous!!
I'm in for 2010!!!!
All I can say is......EEEEEEEEK! With a BIG *WIBBLE*!
Puffin1 - I too am doing this as part of my training for Stratford. It's the day before my birthday, so the plan is to run a PB then drink a bottle of Jim Beam, happy days Glad to hear it's flat.
Forgot to ask: Anyone know of a cheap hotel (with car park) to stay over the night before?
I entered a few minutes ago and my legs have turned to jelly now.
I did that one last year. There was a massive puddle as we went through Frimley Lodge and as soon as my feet got wet they blistered.
GMN - what's your aim for Stratford? I'm also going to do the White Horse half as warm up, only prob is next year it's only 2 weeks before Stratford - oh, and it's also flat and windswept!!
Does anyone have any tips for where to park? A lot of the reviews I've read talk about a long walk back to the car park after the race.
"the plan" is to run sub 3 at Stratford. I have a lot to do (last years time was 3:23), but there is a long way to go. So I'm looking at 1 hour 23 for this half in February. If I can achieve that I'm on course. I've also entered a couple of 10ks and the Kilomathon in March. What about you puffin1, what's your target?
So, where is everyone, or is it just us few entered?
I entered over the weekend.
Am fairly local but have managed to run Wokingham only once. Enjoyed it when I did it, so time to give it another go.
Jj - I'll be there too so don't get over excited.
Jj wrote (see)
Muttley - could it be? At last? After all these years... You and I... MEET?!?!?
<gasp!> Are you in for this one Jj?
I shall look out for your svelte and feline likeness ... as long as you don't mind looking out for a tatty moth-eaten wheezing old hound ...