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Wow, so much going on here...fantastic efforts all round, too many to name.
Hilly, windy wet run on Monday & hilly run to & from the pub last night for me...always hilly in West Wales ;-)
I'm on 97 miles & with running club tonight will burst the 100 bubble.
Got team pursuit race coming up on Sunday...6.5 miles (ish) and hilly with about 250 people going off individually at 10 second intervals (mixed up teams of 5) once finished team times are averaged and eventually one team announced as winners...it won't be us.
Toughest bit is just not knowing where you are in the race or what pace people around you are able to do...Twists your melon man.
Club run last night...still loads of people coming to our little club and a couple of new faces, so hopefully not just a New Year thing.
I'm in the 100 club...105 miles YTD
Well done Dubai, great running in those torturous 19 degree conditions...sounds hellish!!
Nell, fantastic getting into New York...busy October / November for you...not jealous at all.
Bit of a rest day for me yesterday so nothing to report here...but will get out sometime today...maybe hills will be involved.
Dubai - that sort of race sounds like my worst running nightmare. I think I'd have been using a few choice words to tell them what I thought of their race start position! As for 'hydration packs, compression gear' - those people need to get a grip, it was a 10k in 22c. Nobody needs hydration in those circumstances!
Nell - yes, ahead of the trend by a whole 2 days (or at least I will be after tonight's run)! Not sure it will last, but it feels good so far.
Donnie - I'm another who insists upon orthotics, they really do save my shins from bad shim splints that I used to get before I wore them. My current ones are falling apart a bit now though, so I'm getting some new ones moulded in the next couple of weeks.