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Great Langdale Half Marathon

, Ambleside LA22 UK
6 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
curtis Unaffiliated 1:15:35 1:15:35 1:27:00 68.37
DJ Bangey Kendal AC 1:17:44 1:40:27 1:45:00 1:40:27 59.22
Fozzy Edinburgh University Hare & Hounds 2:03:00 2:03:00 2:03:00 53.52
Jonny P Serpentine RC 1:27:55 1:35:59 1:43:00 62.34
kstuart Trail Running Association, FERC 1:50:01 1:59:07 2:20:00 2:23:14 41.36
LC Darwen Dashers RC 1:26:22 1:41:55 1:55:00 1:41:55 67.36

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A hilly course so will not PB arounmd here. UPDATE: It is indeed a hilly course ;) Pleased with my time being it was wet and windy as well as bliddy hilly. Annoyed my Garmin was misbehaving so i couldn't see how much climbing there was as it died around 2-3 miles in. I think i'll ignore the Full marathon as one lap of that is sufficient.
I did not expect to do well at this race as I am rubbish at hills, but as it was a part of my club championship I thought I would have a go. I was pleasantly surprised with my time of 1:41:55 & my 2nd place in the ladies race too.

The weather was not kind to us at all. It rained heavily in the latter part of the race & it was quite windy in places. The course it a very scenic one & in a strange kind of way enjoyable too!!

The hills are big bad monsters, but the last down hill is dreadful, it kills your knees & your toes too. The course is a matter of survival, times are totally irrelevant.

We as a club had 9 people doing the Half & 2 doing the Full & we all thoroughly enjoyed the whole day. Rod the organiser is a star, well done.