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Sorry to hear about your mum 15 West, I broke my ankle in the spring and am only just building the milage up (work has been getting in the way too). Hope she makes a speedy recovery.
I will probably be wearing a purple long sleeved top and at the back Jane if you want a running chum!
I'll be on the corner of Bents Lane and Vernon Road, just as you do a sharp left turn. Can't promise I'll be wearing a carnation or carrying a rolled up newspaper but I'll probably be the one in a dayglo vest shouting a lot...
IN! Just got an entry off someone that can't take part....
Jane, don't worry about being slow....I was nearly last in 2010, & it's a dead friendly club & won't forget you!
I'll wait & cheer you in.
Pyjama Girl it should be a good race if no ice any where
*Waves* at Tinkerbell....There will be no ice!
good no ice here today
The goody bags were packed today to the strains of the "Benny Hill" music - everything about this race is fun! Good luck everyone!
Love it love it love it.
Loved starting off to the benny hill song..... stuck in my head all day now!
Had a great time. Thanks to the marshalls and organisers, and especially to the 2 sweepers who were behind me most of the way - making me feel I wasn't going to get left behind without ever rushing me.
Also big thanks to Pyjama girl for staying until the end to make sure I made it through.
Fairly happt with 2:08 on the back of injury and illness - will aim for under 2 hrs next year.
What was the worm in the goody bag about though?
Yes, that has to be one of the most bizarre and interesting goody bags I've received. Also loved Benny Hill at the start.
Great value with the technical T included too.
Lost the worm was rubbish as predicted but loved it! Will be back next year
I never got a worm this year. The birds will be disappointed.
Agree with the above comments - setting off to the Benny Hill music was comedy class. I ran round that track with a right big grin on my face. What a brilliant event yet again. Thank you The Harriers, the marshals and Tony on the mic.