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Ron Hill Finally Breaks His Streak

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Feb 2017
11:35pm, 11 Feb 2017
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swittle
When I joined the Streaky Bacon thread here, the runner set their own minimum daily mileage, from one mile upwards. Pace was agreed as no less than 15 minutes per mile.
Feb 2017
8:04am, 12 Feb 2017
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EvilPixie
How the hell did he do a 15 min mile with a cast!
Feb 2017
9:59am, 12 Feb 2017
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swittle
I suspect Ron set his own boundaries! I've always considered continuity to be the key to a Streak. Miss a day and it's gone. :(
Feb 2017
10:01am, 12 Feb 2017
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swittle
Oh, I've just remembered that UltraDunc, who turns up here now & again, reported that he *ran* a mile on crutches..... :-o
Feb 2017
11:25am, 12 Feb 2017
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FRU (KeepTheFaith)
Phenomenal achievement, I'm not sure how you face that decision to stop, but I suspect he had come to terms with the reasons why he might before the actual day. Hope he's dong well and recovering health wise

I'm with Switt & Ron, a mile minimum is my only boundary.

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