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meldy..Wales for 2014
seren nos wrote (see)
meldy..Wales for 2014
I actually might be tempted if I survive Lanza !
No Kk.........children are all indiviuals.......i have worked with under 12's all my adult life and i would never restarin a child unless they were a danger to themselves or someone else.....which is very very rare in children and as far as i am aware not any behaviour your children have ever shown......as i said....this has nothing to do with Ironman or understanding my illiterate writings but i would advise you in future that if anyone comes into your house and restrains your children then you should never let them near your children again.......
anyway....maybe this has satisfied your attention seeking fix for this month......
M...eldy wrote (see)
seren nos wrote (see) meldy..Wales for 2014
I will save this quote and keep it..........not that i'm sure there is an IMW next year.......did someone say it was only a three year contract
I dont even like the sound of the name Max
M...eldy wrote (see) seren nos wrote (see)
Thank ..... the ....... lord
Britrisky wrote (see)
I'd really love to do IM Austria - for me it'd be getting time off work term time - if I could get the Monday off is anyone fit to fly the day after an IM? (And by anyone, I don't mean the elite under 10 hours types, I mean, to quote Meldy - the walk in the park types)? Wales? Isn't that one of the slowest and therefore toughest? How do people that don't live in hilly areas train for it??
move or put lots of books under the front wheel of the turbo
Brit, to answer your question, yes people are fit to fly on the Monday but its whether you want to fly and miss the party that is the questionDespite what you see on these threads on occaisions these events are a huge success year after year and as Crashie mentioned earlier continues to evolve, the aftershow party and the awards ceremonys are almost legendary !Austria is one of the 'quicker' courses I would say, it is a beautiful course and accessible to a degree although not the easiest place to get to .. Wales yes its hard, you wll find it easier if you can train on hills but others have got away with it
Forestman is another good one!Is Graniteman a full or just a half?
I think this year there are about 17 ones on.....I doubt they will all last for next year...........there is even one east anglia way .......or the one that goes from edingburgh and ends up Ben nevis
or the one that goes through the night.we could go straight into drinking all day
Oh and that Narfeck one .. flipin hundreds of the buggers !!!
Lol no!Also I suspect some of the European ones wouldnt have a daily flight out? Unless of course they are larger cities when the commuter planes are the order of the day
If i mess up wales again i might have to go back next year for third time lucky
I think the summary of this thread is'We dont know where to go next year but its likely we'll go to Austria in 2015 if we start saving our pennies'
Ive heard good reports about Almere too ..
The odd weekend .. I dont know about the odd holiday !
the problem with scotland is that its a long long way from cornwall.probably quicker for you to get to austria
challenge might move their venue next year after all the hassle henley gave them.........
Scotland is a long way from anywhere to be fair ...cept Sweden praps