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Nicko, I think the US has less than 100 reported cases so far. It would seem a touch ott to cancel things like that.
OO- great taking it easy running at the 5k. I still can't get my head around the timing of it. Is it full of students and retired folk?
Gul, hope you feel better soon. 9m is still a reasonable outing.
Couple of good sessions there, Leslie. There does appear to be quite a gulf at the club.
Recovery 5 and bodypump yesterday. Easy 9m today hopefully over lunchtime, though this rain isn't inviting at present.
g-dawg, shame about the injury, though it's not a bad alternative training form to be prescribed.
Just been reading this. Those slower than 7.45 will be able to start in wave 2 or 3 to get a headstart. Another crazy attempt to be inclusive?
As long as London doesn't reduce the GFA numbers, the pandering to the walkers is just about OK!
Recovery runs are the most important runs in the week Leslie! Looks like you need a few more recruits for your group.
Bad news on the injury G-D but the planned recuperation will do you good. Shame about missing the Surrey HM. I've done it the last two years but will be doing Bath this year.
Good recovery miles DT. Did you use the VF's at the HM?
Sensible decision Gul - hope it disappears by tomorrow.
A good turn of speed at the 5K OO. Is this a certified course?
11 miles general aerobic late afternoon on the treadmill. Penultimate 3K at 4:30 m/km pace, for a HR of 147, which is lower than it has been for a while and a final 1K at 4:00 at a HR of 160 which is nicely below marathon effort. So mojo restored a little, just need to lose the excess 6Kg.