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MILTON KEYNES FESTIVAL OF RUNNING

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Mar 2015
12:01pm, 4 Mar 2015
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Tim of MK
Anyone running this Sunday?

I'm doing the 20-miler to 'celebrate' turning 54 at the weekend. Out to prove that age is but a number!
Mar 2015
12:09pm, 4 Mar 2015
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Littlefoot
I am! Watch out for a chatty German lady with the race's T-shirt and the fetching leggings (Asics, black with pink mouths)
Mar 2015
11:44pm, 4 Mar 2015
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Lady Sol
I'm doing the 20.
Mar 2015
4:19pm, 5 Mar 2015
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Fravage
Just the half for me. Have a good run everyone!
Mar 2015
7:09pm, 5 Mar 2015
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Tim of MK
A 20-miler is a serious big deal for me (the longest I'll have ever run except for seven marathons).

The aim is to treat it as time trial and do each and every mile at 8.30 per mile pace. That equates to 2:50 overall.

The logic is that if I'm fit enough to achieve that, then I should be able to run a sub-4 PB in May's MK marathon - ie do the last 10kms in 70 mins.

All well and good in theory of course, but..........
Mar 2015
8:28pm, 8 Mar 2015
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Fravage
Nobody told me about that hill at the end!
Mar 2015
8:36pm, 8 Mar 2015
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Blackbird Leys (Boy)
It's not something we thought you needed to know. ;)
Mar 2015
9:53pm, 8 Mar 2015
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Lady Sol
I managed to mess up getting to the start :(

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