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Seanb: whoopee de doodle - sub 3hours fantastic
Simon: PB and sub 3.30 fabdedoodle
Dannirr: sounds like a virus - at least you made the exceptionally sensible decision to stop - amazing you did a half in 2:10 feeling like that - enjoy this evening - you've definitely earnt it.
Must admit did look like perfect conditions for you all to go for a lovely sightseeing trot round Paris for 26.2 miles
RR: 3:49:49 amazing lady - exceptional for age me thinks
Jimbob: 3.23:07 another supberb time -
Trev: sub 4 hours - well under in fact !!!! stunning
Can tell am going to run out of expletves!!!!
Well done everyone. Including you Dan - I know it probably hurts a lot right now. You're a brave and admirable person for knowing your limits and listening to your body.
I *think* I've come in under 4:40. This is a 30 minute improvement on last year's time and I think I had a bit more in the tank, too. Thrilled to bits and can't believe it. I felt like I was flying out there.
And TD and Rob: it warmed the cockles of my heart to see you on the course. I went mental with excitement when I saw them at 42km!
Safe travels home to those leaving today. What time's the pub? Anybody know somewhere that sells hamburgers near the Arc?
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Well done to everyone and commiserations to Dannirr. Brave and correct decision to stop.
Dannirr - got to agree 100% with Goldie. I hope you're feeling better and we see you at Corcoran's.