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Oct 2018
2:24pm, 8 Oct 2018
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Lizzie W
Well done!
I don't think so, it's pretty subjective, for your own info.
Oct 2018
2:26pm, 8 Oct 2018
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MazH
yeah, not the level of detail i ever look back upon x
Oct 2018
6:53pm, 8 Oct 2018
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Little Critter
Ok, thanks. Just wondered because Iā€™m pondering doing a 10k which is described as hilly. Just not sure if their idea of hilly is the same as mine!
Oct 2018
7:00pm, 8 Oct 2018
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Lizzie W
My rule of thumb: if I'm told a race is undulating, that's hilly. If it says hilly, I'll be walking some of the ups :-D
Oct 2018
8:56pm, 18 Oct 2018
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Little Critter
Whoop whoop, just ran my first 10km.

And even managed a respectable average of 9.17min / mile.

Planning on a park run next weekend.
Oct 2018
9:15pm, 18 Oct 2018
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Velociraptor
Well done, Little Critter! Sounds like you're finding your feet properly.

I also live in a smallish place with only a very limited span of lit streets. I won't run on the unlit country lanes at night as it would only take one drunk or stoned driver to finish me off. This means that my weekday evening runs often cover the same ground several times, which isn't very interesting but is better than not running at all.
Oct 2018
9:15pm, 18 Oct 2018
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Lizzie W
Brilliant, well done!
JCB
Oct 2018
1:25am, 19 Oct 2018
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JCB
Well done Little Critter! :-)

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