Just popping in to wish you all the best of luck. Especially to Toby3, Poohbear and Snowmaiden. Toby - good luck on your 4th, I will be signing up for number 5, how about you? Poohbear and Snowmaiden good luck on your first marathon and en…
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AGF ( quite a bit behind Curly )
Charlotte Davey - around 3.35
jelleybaby hopes for sub 4
Barbie hopes to be a 'proper' sub 4:00 hour runner …
Its been a while. I have the Thames Trot 50 on Saturday and then I am back to marathon training
Toby - well done with the ongoing weight loss.
Green Fairy - thanks for the count down
It looks like I will have to read back quite …
Thanks for the up dates Lemony.
Debra - shame about the Tanners but the right decision, I will be attempting 30 miles tomorrow as well but with the current conditions it looks like I will be doing loops around Greenham Common. See you in 2 weeks.
Good to hear that the water levels are going down, and lets hope that it doesn't rain too much over the next few weeks.
Debra - will look out for you at Winter Tanners, I am 5'8 and have long brown/auburn hair.
Morning all and a happy new year.
Looking forward to this and hope the weather stays a little drier for the next few weeks so we can stick to following the Thames path.
My longest run for this will be the Winter Tanners in a few weeks time, and …
toby3 and poohbear- well done on the 10 miles and I hope you enjoyed your evening of rest.
23.7 miles for me this morning and for my recovery I have works Christmas lunch (this usually lasts at least 10 hours), so like AGF there may be an enforced…
Good to see that people injuries are healing and mojo's are starting to return.
Tiago - when can you start running again?
Currently my training is going o.k, though like everyone else I am unable to stick ridgedly to a plan. I adapt as neccesary…
Poohbear - love the picture, and how fantastic to have the whole family running together!
Wordslinger - you can be as smug as you like for as long as you like with those achievements - wow!
Sarah and Stephen - good to hear you are both on the …
I will be doing this one to.
Liz - thanks for the info. I had planned a run between Reading and Henley(and back) this week but have had to put it off until next week anyway - hopefully it will be drier next week!
Richard - excellent result and thanks for the photos I will go and have a look.
Sian - nice to have met you on Friday, I hope you are feeling better and good luck on the 1st.
Loula - I looked at the Tanners as a training run for Thames Trot but …
Yvonne - The first ultra I did was 40 miles and I did 2 marathons as part of the training for this. My advice would be to take it very steady and slowly and keep fuelling. Have you tried ultramarathonrunning.com for training plans or the book Relen…
Loved the whole weekend. Great to have met most people on here at some point or another over the weekend and I hope you enjoyed it.
Nothing hurts today that didn't hurt before the weekend apart from a couple of sore toes so alls good!
Jules, I e…
I had heard Bath half had gone over £40, and I thought Reading was expensive!
Next year I will be doing Reading half for the 6th time. I am also looking at doing the Bramley 20 again in February though need to decide on this one as it …
Can I join the 'hobble' brigade, my right ankle is playing up, though something always starts to hurt just before an event and then will miraculously disappear when I start running!
Love banana malt loaf
Cake and chocolates bought for my binge …
Panicked a bit then when I saw 8am. I was planning on getting there between 9.30 and 10, as we need to see daughter off to school first as well.
Loula/sian - make the most of your kids being interested in what you are doing, my daughter has start…