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Group: 2000 miles in 2008

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Similar to the 1000 miles club for those that want to take it to the next level. Again this doesn't have to be exactly 2000 miles, it could be 1500 or 2500 for example. All you have to do is an average of 39 miles per week (or 167 miles per month) to achieve this target.

Notes from Members

  • Snapstinget says: I'd like the necessary 39 miles a week to be my base mileage, and to go up to 70 a week during marathon training.
  • Bazoaxe says: Maybe just out of my reach, but I will give it a go. 130 miles so far by 26th Jan with a 16 miler planned tomorrow.

    Need to keep injury free mind
  • Ex-pat Scot says: Was gunning for 1200m, then 1500m, and have gone so far beyond the 1500m target that my only option is to join you! Still marginally ahead by 2 miles or so, so it will be touch and go...
  • flanker says: would have been easy, but with injuries this could now be a challenge!
  • spacehopper says: hello,

    just joined fetch. i am going to try for 2000 miles from when i joined (last week in may). i did it in 2006. managing 55 per week at the moment (managing being a fairly loose term).
  • Joe Hawk says: Left it rather late , but I may scrape up enough mileage
  • Marts says: Am increasing mileage and should just sneak in on 31st Dec:)
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