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Hold that thought SS - the guys at work made me this, no diet needed now!
Peter, glad you recovered from that, damned awful experience, shows the importance of insurance!
McH - I don't imply any rules should be flaunted, but this requirement seems a bit OTT, I can make you a nice lookin document if you like. Better than this example I found.
Apart from your mid-range U2 flat-line I think you're in pretty good shape McH - I can graft another part of the graph over that if you are worried
Have you looked at these (note you will have to join them back together by taking out the " - " after the "//" they would not post as fully functioning web links):-
http:// - www.marathonguide.com/races/racedetails.cfm?MIDD=1852190310
https:// - www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RLf_p7HFK0
http:// - marathonranking.blogspot.com/2010/03/2010-brescia-art-marathon-live.html
Marty and F2D - that is good feedback on Comrades, but I think Thomas was commenting re London; that great advice still applies completely though I think.
Thomas - I am going to be hard pushed getting down from Chester, to the Expo, to my Hotel and then to Jamie's on the Saturday - ha ha - what is that advice about not spending too much time on your feet the day prior to an event all the experts espouse? But of course we are ultra runners and marathons are mere training runs, just like falling off a log. So, anyway, I would prefer the current timing to stand.
I am also going to be running straight through the finish on the Sunday, high fiving RR and on to Euston for my return journey.