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Bloody hell, Wycombe next season. Surely Akinfenwa can't play at that level! White Horse here we come. Bit easier to get to than Oxford, it's a bus to Aylesbury then a train, unless I am back at work proper and have a train ST again, then i'll go via London.
Jools - insane running!
Joe - yes big no show from us really. I can't look at those results, too many people I usually beat taking chunks out of me. lots of training going on, lets hope we all get back to work soon
Reg Wand said:
Exciting stuff for Wycombe, you'll be able to watch them next season if you're prepared to sit there like an animal with a muzzle on for no good reason.
Great run Joe - I can only manage 14 at that pace at the moment! Yes hopefully I will be getting back into it 'properly' soon. Good cycling Reg.
SG - Looks like now is the time to just downsize to Wycombe, for all the reasons you listed. Better for running too - no long distance trips. On the subject, City away tonight, genuinely worried what the score might be tbh.
Did hills last night, no migraine this time! 12 x 90 secs. 9 miles this morning, going to properly measure 1500m properly on the track later, have a virtual challenge to do - linked to that 1 mile races event near Poole (Shapwick) that is every Olympic year, bit not going ahead this year.
The Bus said:
Most of mine are evenings now.8M tonight, with the blister from last week giving me some serious gyp. It was nearly healed, but I hit it on a chair on Sunday, then yesterday's double elft it pretty raw. So, was much cheered up to get home and found I'd lost a long-standing hill segment!!! Fair play to the guy, it's a 0.67M off-road seg with 183ft of climbing, so his 6:40 pace is pretty tasty! I mean, I wasn't even aware I had it, but it's not one I would stand a chance of getting back now!
Ha ha Bus. Plenty of old bugger runners here to keep me company.
So only 2-1 at City. Shame they couldn't be arsed a few matches earlier. Ridiculous.