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Draycote Water 35

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, Rugby CV23 UK
20 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
alf_chac Colchester Harriers AC, Trail Running Association 3:48:09 3:48:09 3:48:09 74.34
Blackbird Leys (boy) 100 Marathon Club, Woodstock Harriers AC 4:52:40 4:52:40 4:52:40 62.53
Cobra Batman Cobra RC, Halesowen A & CC 5:47:40 5:47:40 5:47:40 48.02
Crash Hamster Pirate Ship Of Fools 5:48:08 5:48:08 5:48:08 49.96
eL Bee! Unaffiliated
Els Trail Running Association 5:22:40 5:22:40 5:22:40 55.50
flanker Todmorden Harriers & AC, Trail Running Association, LDWA 5:48:38 6:31:39 6:30:00 6:31:39 42.80
Gobi Unaffiliated 4:06:33 4:06:33 3:50:00 4:06:33 67.99
Harnser 100 Marathon Club, North Norfolk Beach Runners, LDWA 5:31:23 5:31:23 5:31:23 50.36
Hoaxster Unaffiliated 5:29:16 5:29:16 6:00:00 5:29:16 50.71
KinkyS Todmorden Harriers & AC 4:54:56 4:54:56 4:54:56 62.95
leysrunner Unaffiliated 4:52:40 4:52:40 5:00:00 4:52:40 62.57
Loon Dod Stonehaven Running Club 5:08:16 5:08:16 5:15:00 5:08:16 60.47
LucyG Compton Harriers RC 5:39:30 5:39:30 5:40:00 5:39:30 61.39
mxhornet City of Norwich AC 4:35:27 4:35:27 4:59:59 4:35:27 65.33
plodding hippo 100 Marathon Club 6:16:43 6:31:54 6:31:54 50.72
Tiggers mate Roo Sparkhill Harriers 5:16:27 5:16:27 5:16:27 73.01
Ultra Kanga Kazzaaaaah!! 100 Marathon Club 6:00:26 6:00:26 6:00:26 56.44
Ultracat Metro Aberdeen 6:32:44 6:32:44 6:32:44 57.27
UltraDunc Salford Metropolitan AC, FERC 4:59:55 5:40:37 5:30:00 5:40:37 53.29

This event is listed on these dates:

Ultracat
I am now an ultra runner:)
flanker
revised guess was pretty close!! race details in the blog for 19/02/08
Gobi
Year 4 and looking for more than last year. Elb tunnel will be a pacing exercise and if all goes well I shall report my master plan at the end of January. Master plan, 2.45-2.50 at marathon and just keep going. Tough but doable and worst case will still be a PB :~)

Ok the good stuff. I got the PB, on route it was my second fastest 50km and 3rd fastest marathon. I will blog a full blown report but surfice to say Colds/Flu and FOOD POISONING are not good for ultra distance running.
mxhornet
Sub 5 would do nicely, though I'm really not sure how I'll go.

Update - splits etc to follow.

Nearly forgot here they are.

5 mile splits - 38-00, 37-40, 37-24, 39-03, 38-56, 41-12, 43-12

Marathon 3-20-56, 50km 4-02-22
UltraDunc
Well a new distance finish and pb 50k 4:57:03 pb 10 mile 1:19:43
leysrunner
I did the epney 50k in 4.14 last week so i should get under 5 hours here.

I had a cracking run and enjoyed ever lap of it. Thanks to IanM for pushing me on when I began to tire. Great day and met some nice people(new + old)

Now where was that 40 miler I saw...
Crash Hamster
Dog's breakfast of a run; nutrtion went well; HR was all over the place; hips hurt all the way round; ran the whole thing and dipped in under 10 min miling...not sure what to feel about the performance, but enjoyed the day.

Blimey, isn't Hipps looking svelte these days? :o)
eL Bee!
Clomp Clompity Clomp<br>
That's me running that is ;)<p>

<U>**UPDATE** <p>
DNF :) It was inevitable, but we entered on a whim, decided that we'd keep going until the completely untrained bodies had had enough, and then stop before we did any damage.<br>
So we had a MARVELLOUS 21 mile Long Run - in company, in perfect running weather, then we retired to bat for the Support Crew!<br>
Met a whole bunch of new people, which was brilliant, and a whole load of people we already knew! <p>
All in all - a FANTASTIC day<p>
And some SUPERB performances too :):)
Hoaxster
Ultra #2 thus not just going for a finish. *update* I love it when a plan comes together.

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