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Bracknell Half Marathon

Sun May 7 2006
15 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Alfadan Real Buzz RC 1:41:57 1:55:00 2:01:00 48.25
Binks Serpentine RC 1:25:43 1:34:00 1:42:48 56.79
BrettFalcus Unaffiliated 1:31:05 1:36:17 1:41:26 57.62
bw I've been meaning to run this one for 3 year but either did FLM and could not recover in time or was injured. So first race as a veteran and want to break 1:30. Training has been OK so hope are up. Reading Roadrunners 1:26:30 1:29:53 1:29:59 0.00
fetcheveryone Not hoping to do anything special here, due to a very patchy month of training, and a cold this week. This time last year though, I said the same things, and PB'ed by 5 minutes.

UPDATE: I am unlikely to race, so sorry if anyone's bet on me. I have a bit of a chest infection, and the rest of the family all have colds.

UPDATE2: I am feeling a fair bit better, so I'm expecting to at least turn up tomorrow.

UPDATE: I got round. Crap time, but I finished. Too wheezy. FERC 1:44:49 1:48:27 1:50:00 1:58:30 49.27
Forest Runner 2003 - 1:31:50; 2004 - 1:34:45; 2005 - 1:35:37; 2006 - It's going to be in the wrong direction again, but let's hope for 1:37:30.                      Actual time 1:37:50 and a PW for the 6 years I have run this course. Over two minutes slower than last year when I found it much easier, but still thought I had a bad race. Sounds negative, but I'm actually looking on the positive side. I expected to get 1:37:30 and I almost did and I'm moving back in the right direction. My legs were really strong and I could have done several more miles at the same pace after the finish, if I needed to. If I can just manage to run faster without struggling so much for breath, I think I will not be too long getting back to the times I used to get.                          Bracknell Forest Runners 1:30:50 1:37:50 1:37:30 1:37:50 66.60
Heavyweight I have decided I dont like underpasses UKnetrunner 1:41:41 1:58:38 2:07:00 48.76
Jonny Last hard run before the Prague Marathon next week.  Pretty pleased with the way I ran, the course is fairly undulating with a few hairpin turns under the subways.  An event that I always enjoy.  Finished 38th. Unaffiliated 1:27:05 1:27:05 1:28:09 66.23
JPK Ran at a comfortable pace as I had a minor thigh strain. Reading Joggers 1:32:45 1:44:58 1:59:03 49.10
lennoxr Maidenhead AC 1:19:51 1:54:51 1:50:00 1:56:54 50.35
mister jim Unaffiliated 1:47:40 1:52:04 1:52:04 53.57
Mooey Unaffiliated 2:27:50 2:27:50 0.00
nabox Unaffiliated 1:34:56 1:35:12 1:39:39 1:35:12 63.06
Sid I completed this race last year in 02hrs 23 mins. This year, I'll hopefully finish quicker but I doubt I'll beat my Reading 1/2 time of 01hr 54 mins! Update: Much better than last time and beat my Reading 1/2 by seconds! 
Sandhurst Joggers 1:35:10 1:54:19 2:10:00 1:54:19 58.34
Yellow Fang I think I started off a bit too quick. I felt good in the first four miles but gradually got more and more tired. I was struggling quite a lot from about nine miles on. I didn't suffer nearly so much as I did last time when I blew up at seven miles though. Even so, it was tough. I was therefore pleasantly surprised to finish in under 90 minutes. In fact, I think it's my second best time for a half. The course was nicer than I remembered. There is some running alongside busy roads and through underpasses, but there were also quite a few woody lanes as well. The long drags were hard. Reading Roadrunners 1:27:32 1:28:49 1:30:00 1:28:49 66.82

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