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Seren, we have similar plans, I'll be hoping to slog out a 5 hour marathon in Detroit the week after Yorkshire - hmm Yorkshire? Doesn't sound very flat?Carmen, I put a Belaire pin on the map for the posse!
Well done on the 4:55 and silverware Debra - have you looked at the calendar? Not sure if that fell within the qualification window?
Good luck at the Robin Hood Terry!
seren nos: good luck for Loch Ness.
Black Hugin challenge yesterday evening (5 pm start and turning on the head torches once it got dark). Completed 10 laps so 33-34 miles, finishing about 10.15 (not sure exactly as I'd forgotten to re-charge my Garmin and it ran out during the last lap!). Got home very late (about 2am). Ran about 15 miles this morning, on the route of our usual Sunday morning club run but a couple of hours later and a couple of minutes per mile slower than usual! Aiming to run to work and back tomorrow - all part of getting used to long runs on several successive days ready for the 10-in-10 - which is now less than 12 weeks away (gulp).
Seren - ChampionChip No should be 7 digits. Mine goes; number, letter, letter, number, letter, letter, number. If you go to the championchip website you can log-on using your SAID which is a 13 digit number made up of your date of birth yymmdd followed by a 5 for a bloke - so I guess it will either be a 4 or a 6 for a woman and then six zeros - then you'll be able to confirm your championchip number
Amazing miles Debra!
I did 12 yesterday, so I've put in a 34 mile week in total from virtually zero, and the wheels haven't fallen off yet, got my marathon on 15th Oct. Hoping to go sub5.