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700 Miles in 2016

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Mince pie meadowsboy
I have just come back here for a good run in 2016 before my knee started playing up.
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Carpathius
*sneezes*

Bloody hell, it's dusty in here.
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decorum
... is this the new thread then?

:-)

:-p

*scuttles back into the shadows*

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About This Thread

Maintained by Pompey Paul
Welcome to the 700 miles in 2016 thread, everybody welcome :-)

The thread motto is:

'700 miles is neither necessary nor sufficient'

All you have to do is run about 1.91 miles per day or 13.46 miles per week or 58.33 miles per month and take a picture when you get to 700 miles of either you or the spot you reached the target or both if you want to. And if you go under or over 700 miles nobody will mind.

bunting and 700er medals are often spotted around here.

Happy running :-)

700 miles league table is here: http://www.fetcheveryone.com/training-mileagetargets-filtered.php?category=RUN&mileage=700

If you have any target races you want highlighted for 2016, send an fmail to Pompey Paul and they will appear here:

700 miles in 2016 - TARGET Races:

2017 Target races can be entered here:

docs.google.com

Group link is here:
http://www.fetcheveryone.com/groups-view.php?id=1216

Here is the 2017 thread:
http://www.fetcheveryone.com/forum__59472__1__700_miles_in_2017

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