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I have recently upped my training and generally this has to be evenings and weekends. And since I have, why do people feel the need to join in with the runner and prove to their friends that they can keep up and/or overtake? So what if a bloke in jeans and shirt can run with you for 200 yards but when you pass again later and his mate thinks it funny to try the same running backwards should you be hoping that he falls over or find the situation amusing?
On other runs, a 'hen' has turned tail and run alongside me and a friend. But alas it is only ever one or two people and you never get to run up some steps for that Rocky moment at the end.
I assume this doesn't just happen to me!