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Gang, it's my first big race for five years in a couple of weeks. Bricking it slightly, and I have forgotten what to do.

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9:04am, 26 Mar 2019
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HermanBloom
Spot on, if it's nice weather I reckon the kid will love that. I think if we are able to do that we might do the bus as well, as we have the Friday and Saturday for roaming around the city and then I don't have to walk much at all! :-)
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9:07am, 26 Mar 2019
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♪♫ Synge ♪♫
And best of luck in the run too!
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Dvorak
Spotted this thread in the sidebar and thought there might be a few of us in the same boat at some yet-to-be-determined point in the future.

HB did fine, 2:09:12 on a toasty day, and a nice holiday. There's a blog fetcheveryone.com/blog/9323/2019/4#blog392267 Then 26:09 at parkrun the next weekend! He seems to have had some life events since then (a second mini-Bloom).

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