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South Downs Way Race

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Els
Apr 2012
6:17pm, 20 Apr 2012
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Els
Hi Ruth, yes! Simon wheat croft is his name, he ll be paced by various people all the way....
Apr 2012
6:57pm, 20 Apr 2012
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Hendo
Hell. That's properly astonishing.
Apr 2012
9:15am, 21 Apr 2012
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morticia
There's an article on Simon in the new RW. 'Inspiration hero' Well deserved and I hope to meet him at SDW100. I run with a friend who has RP so if Simon comes unstuck with his pacers I might be of use, but only if he is as slow as me which I doubt. Also, there are an alarming number of times that I say to my friend, 'Is it this way?' and she puts me straight. I am not sure she expected such rubbish guide running LOL!
Apr 2012
9:18am, 21 Apr 2012
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ogee
That is seriously hardcore! It's bloody tough enough when you can see where you're going.

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Maintained by emdee
Saturday September 11th 2010. 102 miles
Race Director: Jen J

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