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Lenzie Jog Fun Run

Kirkintilloch, Kirkintilloch Glasgow G66 UK
6 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Banny Faws Springburn Harriers, Royal Mail Run GMC 32:52 33:03 33:03 80.32
bedlam_g Bellahouston Road Runners, Cumbernauld AAC, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 34:59 34:59 34:59 65.81
BigMac9 Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 40:44 40:44 40:44 63.87
ian9657 Glasgow South Running Club 38:52 38:52 37:40 38:52 65.89
Son of a Pronator Man Carnegie Harriers 36:28 36:28 37:00 36:28 67.51
Ticketyboo Cumbernauld AAC, Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 32:12 32:12 32:12 70.69

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New race and distance for me, so guaranteed a PB :-). UPDATE, time a bit slower than predicted but as I said didn't know the course and didn't want to push myself prior to the championship race at the w/e. Bottle neck start but once I jostled myself into position, quite an enjoyable race. Round the same loop twice so knew what to expect, couple of wee hills near the 1/2 way point/end helped to let me know that my legs were tired. Worth the £1 entry fee to get a new PB. Chatted with a couple from Spain (in Spanish) after the race.
Son of a Pronator Man
A well orgainsed, small and friendly 2 lap course through the streets and parks of Lenzie. I hoped that my Fetch mile track speed could be repeated on the roads but a few hills saw me well behind that pace. It was good to see lots of young runners in for this and the 1 lap race on the same route.
Enjoyable wee race run by my club which I only decided to run after the old firm postponement. Felt reasonably strong throughout despite 3rd race in 8 days and ran at quite an even pace. (Finishing Position 9 out of 112)
Still getting over a chest infection, so I chose to run this race as an easier alternative to my clubs interval session. It was a nice wee race only £1 entry and a cup of soup for every runner. I’m quite pleased with my time as I held back, never pushing too hard the course also seemed pretty long (5.38m on my Garmin others had 5.4m) . I also arrived very late and couldn’t do a proper warm up.