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Is it just me or is there a distinct lack of long races in the build up to Autumn marathons?

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May 2012
8:24am, 29 May 2012
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Foxy Davy
places for the Enigma 20 are filling fast - get in quck :) Form on link above.
May 2012
8:47pm, 29 May 2012
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CC2 Speedy Goth
Bugger. I have no money. I'll just have to hope you still have a place left when I get paid. The winnings from the Notts 10 were required elsewhere.
May 2012
8:20am, 30 May 2012
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Foxy Davy
sure we can squeeze you in :)
May 2012
5:06pm, 31 May 2012
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automatic shoes
I'm thinking about the 32k option for the Pathfinder Walk near Cambridge (also on August Bank Holiday) as a prep run for Abingdon. I suspect that it may involve self-navigation, though.

But if anyone's interested, details can be found in Race Finder.
May 2012
5:53pm, 31 May 2012
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Foxy Davy
is lots of self navigation having done the 42k a few years ago.

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