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Thought I'd get in quick with my report from Saturday before possibly the longest report ever.
Firstly - nice photos, we need to get some more of us together when we meet up now and again. We really ought to do a Sunday run somewhere and have a bit of food after at a crappy spoons! Reg - Sounding really fit now - agree, NEVER in doubt PeteM - More bling and a good run. Muddy - great time too, just had a look at the results, 33.13 first V40, so pretty decent and a good course by the looks.
So, chaotic start. Trains not running to Euston, so got a lift to St Albans with the missus as she was doing SAL there with Bedford. Just managed to get to Guildford for the 800m..didn't have as much time to warm up as I had hoped, but managed to do a 2.08 from a 63 first lap and a 65. It was pretty windy, so not to unhappy.
1500 wasn't too bad. Legs felt tired after the 800, but we went through in 65, 2.16 and then 3.03 at the bell. The legs and the wind started to bite then, only managed a 70 for the last lap and crawled over for 4.13. The did 60.7 for a leg of the 4x400. So decent days training. Funny old day - left my top on the train, but found a £20 note whilst warming up for the 1500.
Did a reccie of my leg of the Greensand ridge relay yesterday, did 5&6 together, I'm on the glory leg6 next saturday. Unfortunately went wrong on leg 5, had to through a field and ended up with 'bubble wrap legs'. Not too bad today though after a cold shower.
SG, one for you when you wake up. I met this guy yesterday. New to the club and in his words running injury free for the 1st time in years. Could be some very interesting competition for you fast boys!
Wool - Know the name, not met him though. Not really properly coming back, just been injured then. Decent times too. These 40 somethings who start running again when they should be family men and playing golf, etc, really are a pain sometimes
Bus - f**k me, mine did too. Funny that