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I am a regular runner, have been doing half marathons for about two years, and regular do long runs that go past 10 miles. I did 15 the other day very comfortably, and didnt ache afterwards. Where i live it isnt flat, nice mixture of slopes, although not major hills, but more long windy climbs of 20 degrees.
I am doing the Sussex Marathon next April, and i am really looking forward to it, but there is this niggling voice in my head, that says i shouldnt do a hilly one, even though i did the half very comfortably this year. I couldnt get it in for Brighton or London. Milton Keynes is an option, but still to do Sussex, i think would be a great achievement if i could do it, and my training will be up to par on the day.