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Polaroid Series - Clydebank 10K

, Clydebank G81 UK
20 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
-caz- Unaffiliated 47:21 55:55 55:00 55:55 48.58
AnneW Giffnock North AAC 46:57 48:39 50:44 62.92
bedlam_g Bellahouston Road Runners, Cumbernauld AAC, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 34:01 38:45 39:30 69.87
BigMac9 Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 44:05 45:09 46:34 66.46
bobby1 Greenock Glenpark Harriers 40:10 40:10 40:59 40:13 80.21
ChrisU Cambuslang Harriers, Westerlands Cross Country Club, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 34:38 34:38 34:54 83.26
ClaireT Victoria Park - City of Glasgow AC, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 38:11 38:59 40:18 74.32
El Del Giffnock North AAC 34:59 36:12 36:58 79.22
Gordo jogscotland 49:13 52:18 55:36 55.21
hannkies Kilmarnock Harriers & AC, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 34:21 35:11 35:48 78.19
Kenyan John Bellahouston Harriers 44:21 48:14 49:28 65.76
kyt Unaffiliated 39:45 40:09 40:00 40:43 68.25
Lindz Hamilton Harriers, jogscotland Stonehouse 43:56 43:56 44:04 67.89
lynsey Bellahouston Road Runners 43:31 44:38 44:38
Moosescotland Unaffiliated 52:40 52:40 56:36 54.83
Scobos Shettleston Harriers 33:08 34:30 34:45 79.42
shannon Garscube Harriers 38:35 41:05 42:40 62.99
tricialitt Unaffiliated 47:55 50:40 52:22 59.96
Yano Unaffiliated 39:32 39:32 39:50
YoungWallace Garscube Harriers 38:03 42:37 42:47 62.76

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Ran a bit better than this I feel. Went straight ahead where I should've turned right in the last K ( following the guy in front ). Had just gained a few places and lost them straight away, as well as time and momentum so feel just a tad cheated. Probably not in shape to go sub 35 again just now - that'll come I hope - but was looking for a wee boost of around 35.30 and probably wouldn't have been overly far away. Finished 32nd.
too quick for 2k (head says one thing) then slow for rest of race. good to get more race miles in, will get there eventually.
A PB and under 40 again really pleased. It was a faster course and I ran a more disciplined race than Helensburgh. The last couple of KMs looping around the shopping centre seemed to take forever.
Reckon I'm off my trolley doing this race after two training sessions this year (both this week), totalling 5 miles. Not running this for time, only to clock up some mileage and regain fitness. Wish me luck ....lol

Well I finished and I'm over the moon to note my splits after getting home. The 2nd half of the race was a breeze for some reason, I knew I was plodding along at a comfortable pace, well not PB pace but I knew what my aim was tonight, OK 55 seconds over my worst case prediction but I'm not complaining, no way. Yes I had to work and I know my legs will feel like lead over the weekend but I didn't stop at all during the race, BONUS.
El Del
Bit of a disaster tonight- 90 sec down on last year. Ran at 3.30/K for first 3 then started to struggle. Group I was running with got away. Thought about dropping out after 1st lap but glad I kept with it. Achilles really sore afterwards and think it might be time to bin the racing flats as there is a lot of mileage in them. Hoping for a big improvement at Dumbarton next week.
Feeling positive for this one ....Bit gutted, had to pull out at the last minute for personal reasons. Sounded like a fast course and was feeling good for sub-40 after Dunfermline half. Never mind - there will be other opportunities soon, starting with Dumbarton 10k next week.
Quite a fast course, but found this one tough, a bit pooped out from too many races. Pleased enough with my time all things considered.10th Lady.
30 secs off last week's Helensburgh time, so I'll take it. As usual, almost a great PB course, but loads of tight turns. Great drunken encouragement at 3 and 7 (?). Week off in Arran may destroy next wk's sub-40 target at Dumbarton, but we'll see. The pressure of fetch fantasy bets? ptchah!
Gained a last minute entry and managed to run my first sub 35 minute 10k - finished 20th in 34:54, so pleased enough with that.
Ran Ok in a fairly ugly racetrack round in the circles of a manky industrial estate - thought the km markers were a bit random too - still pleased that i finished sub 43 and will try for a PB next week.