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Run like a legend- £24 mile

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Jan 2016
6:19pm, 7 Jan 2016
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ChrisHB
The corners on the track are of incredibly tight radius and must slow anyone down (except the very elderly).
Jan 2016
6:20pm, 7 Jan 2016
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ChrisHB
The corners on the track are of incredibly tight radius and must slow anyone down (except the very elderly).
Jan 2016
6:25pm, 7 Jan 2016
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alpenrose
I think that you're basically paying for a t-shirt to advertise Nike.
SPR
Jan 2016
6:35pm, 7 Jan 2016
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SPR
I wouldn't pay £24 to race a mile but only because I can race it for cheaper, if that was the market, I wouldn't have much choice. I wouldn't pay £1 to run a marathon though so I don't judge race value by £/mile.

Legends ran track miles on an oval track though so this is BS.
Jan 2016
6:40pm, 7 Jan 2016
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Derby Tup
Presumably the legend is Viv Nicholson muppet
Jan 2016
10:38pm, 7 Jan 2016
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Surrey Phil
The course is hardly well-designed. So the 'budding four minute miler' won't stand a chance of getting close to that time as the corners are ridiculously tight including U-turns. It's as bad as organising a running event in a warehouse and expecting people to fork out an unreasonable sum for the privilege.

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Wow..that may be considered exorbitant.

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