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Edinburgh Marathon

, Edinburgh EH1 UK
242 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
2lesstoenails Unaffiliated 3:39:50 3:50:45 3:45:00 3:50:45 57.85
2run Unaffiliated 3:14:30 3:14:30 3:14:30 66.36
_bod_ Unaffiliated 2:53:25 2:58:25 2:58:25 70.05
Alfa_Scud Trawden AC 3:09:28 3:27:42 3:30:00 3:27:42 61.13
ali_ke Sale Harriers Manchester 3:07:15 3:28:55 3:57:30 53.46
Almostapb St. Albans Striders 3:39:06 4:00:06 4:00:06 55.60
AMBERSKYES jogscotland 3:51:04 3:51:04 3:51:04 61.30
AndersonStu Unaffiliated 4:00:00
Ando 73 Unaffiliated 3:12:40 3:55:22 3:55:22 53.08
Andrew Patterson Fairlands Valley Spartans RC 2:56:41 3:13:20 3:13:20 64.62
Badger FERC 4:04:02 4:18:09 4:10:00 4:18:09 50.86
Baldy Dave Unaffiliated 3:21:37 3:26:04 3:29:59 3:26:04 63.72
Banners Unaffiliated 4:48:27 4:48:27 4:59:59 4:48:27 48.16
Barky Hermitage Harriers RC, Mickleover Running Club 3:35:57 3:55:48 4:10:00 3:55:48 55.22
Bazoaxe Unaffiliated 3:00:27 3:08:50 3:15:00 3:08:50 67.82
Becyo Unaffiliated 4:20:37 4:20:37 4:20:37 53.31
Big-fella Unaffiliated 4:12:10 4:18:00 4:18:00 48.42
BigMac9 Scottish Veteran Harriers Club 3:48:42 4:11:33 4:11:33 65.25
BlueWombat Cambridge & Coleridge AC, Cambridge University Hare & Hounds 3:28:13 3:28:13 3:34:52 62.16
Bod Unaffiliated 4:38:59 4:38:59 5:00:00 4:38:59 44.80
Bod1 Unaffiliated 3:33:56 3:33:56 3:40:00 3:33:56
Bolt Harwich Runners 3:26:49 3:38:14 3:45:00 3:38:14 59.15
Bonio Harmeny AC 4:15:02 4:17:56 4:17:56 67.18
borobhoy Knaresborough Striders 3:29:10 3:30:49 3:35:00 3:30:49 59.26
Bosun Tony FERC 3:19:52 3:19:52 3:35:00 3:24:30 66.44
briandarroch Kilmarnock Harriers & AC, scottish athletics 3:42:50 4:20:26 4:20:26 48.16
BRUCEY St Austell Running Club 3:02:33 3:02:33 3:02:33 75.72
Bruskie Unaffiliated 3:46:00 3:46:00 4:00:00 3:46:00 55.55
Brynley Neath Harriers, Port Talbot Harriers 2:41:13 2:55:37 2:54:30 2:55:37 71.14
Buddha Unaffiliated 4:11:30 4:23:19 4:23:19 49.84
bungee Nairn Road Runners 4:36:46 4:47:16 4:55:00 51.55
buttercup600 Unaffiliated 5:48:27 6:06:17 6:00:00 6:06:17 38.90
Cammy Unaffiliated 3:10:26 3:30:26 3:30:26 59.36
Caniggia33 Unaffiliated 3:06:53 3:06:53 3:09:59 3:06:53 66.88
Caution contains mild peril Blackhill Bounders, Derwent Valley Trail Runners 3:59:12 4:15:35 4:15:35 48.88
charmaine Stowmarket Striders RC 4:09:40 4:09:40 4:00:00 4:09:40 56.44
chewitt Dallam 4:01:25 4:01:25 4:00:00 4:01:25 55.80
ChrisDig Unaffiliated 3:22:10 3:22:10 3:18:00 3:22:10 62.83
clairevmc Hamilton Harriers, Scottish Veteran Harriers 3:00:59 3:22:21 3:22:21 68.68
clarisa Unaffiliated 3:35:12 3:35:12 3:35:12
ColleenY Unaffiliated 3:55:00 3:55:00 3:55:00 59.12
Colly Mablethorpe Running Club 3:31:37 4:04:04 4:00:00 4:04:04 51.21
Crazy Grazy Unaffiliated 3:35:00 3:49:11 3:35:00 3:49:11 54.53
darl0 Darlington Harriers & AC 3:30:52 4:19:00 4:19:00 48.28
dasco89 Unaffiliated 4:35:00 4:35:00 4:00:00 4:35:00 45.10
dave_m Stonehaven Running Club 3:23:29 3:34:09 3:30:00 4:03:00 51.46
DeeGee 100 Marathon Club, Cleethorpes AC 3:26:14 4:57:34 5:00:00 4:57:34 42.00
derooster Horsforth Harriers 3:27:32 3:41:21 3:40:00 3:41:21 56.46
Dickie York Pocklington Runners 2:41:35 2:59:28 3:05:00 3:02:00 69.30
Digga Unaffiliated 3:26:10 3:26:10 3:26:10 65.91
Dips Brighton & Hove Women's Running Club, UKnetrunner 4:14:22 4:19:30 4:19:30 60.08
Donald S Harmeny AC 3:11:36 3:22:08 3:22:08 69.63
Doonhamer Linlithgow AAC 2:48:21 2:58:48 2:55:00 2:58:48 69.90
Double Action Waverley Harriers 3:07:00 3:07:00 3:07:00 67.07
dovester Unaffiliated 3:32:00 3:32:00 3:32:00 59.89
Duggie W Unaffiliated 3:43:56 3:43:56 3:54:00 3:43:56 55.81
Duncs 100 Marathon Club, Bracknell Forest Runners 3:23:46 3:23:46 4:00:00 3:31:38 60.02
dvc Unaffiliated 3:28:02 3:30:31 3:35:00 3:30:31 61.72
Dynamo Kev Unaffiliated 3:04:43 3:04:43 3:09:59 3:04:43 67.66
Fartinbill Kinross Road Runners 3:29:14 3:29:14 3:29:14 59.71
Fast&Furious Woking AC 2:48:04 2:52:03 2:58:00 2:57:00 74.81
firstborn Unaffiliated 3:05:01 3:11:54 3:40:00 3:27:16 62.27
Fox on a run Stockport Harriers & AC 2:59:19 3:18:58 3:29:59 3:18:58 64.37
Gandhi Coltishall Jaguars 3:57:49 3:59:02 4:28:50 56.45
GAZMAC JogScotland - South Queensferry 3:37:15 3:38:52 3:38:52 61.00
gbrodie Bedford Harriers AC 4:38:55 4:58:53 4:58:53 44.13
geezer2 Scunthorpe & District AC 4:23:00 4:23:00 4:00:00 4:23:00 54.02
Ghilington Super Doggy No.1 Unaffiliated 4:15:35 4:15:35 4:45:00 4:15:35 48.90
giggsy Kimberworth Striders RC 2:41:05 2:59:07 2:59:59 2:59:07 69.78
gingerbreadman Stockport Harriers & AC 2:55:15 3:10:59 2:59:59 3:12:21 65.57
Ginnie B Kent AC 3:45:34 3:45:34 4:00:00 3:45:34 61.59
Gobi Unaffiliated 2:38:57 2:38:57 2:40:00 2:40:41 78.09
grammcen Motherwell AC, Royal Mail Run GMC 3:18:46 3:47:27 3:50:00 3:47:27 54.93
grumpyconnemara Womens Running Network 5:03:15 5:03:15 5:15:00 5:03:15 45.81
Gymaddict Athelite 3:56:49 3:56:52 3:56:52 60.16
Haggis 2 Unaffiliated 3:50:11 3:50:11 3:45:00 3:50:11 55.18
Hamster1207 Cosmic Hillbashers, jogscotland, Jogscotland Hazlehead 3:47:57 3:47:57 4:00:00 3:47:57 56.65
handyfeet Heaton Harriers & AC 3:18:05 3:37:22 3:45:00 3:37:22 59.38
HappyG(rrr) Harmeny AC, Kinross Road Runners 2:57:37 3:42:15 4:00:00 3:42:15 56.75
Heders Unaffiliated 4:13:07 4:27:30 4:27:30 50.63
hellen 100 Marathon Club, Barrow Runners 3:12:21 4:11:21 4:15:00 4:15:40 55.11
Hendrix Sheen Shufflers 3:46:31 3:46:31 3:46:31 55.15
Hoof it Thetford AC 3:39:20 3:59:57 3:59:57 56.63
Howard Road Runner Unaffiliated 3:43:23 3:43:23 3:40:00 3:43:23 62.46
ian9657 Glasgow South Running Club 3:26:12 4:43:04 3:35:00 4:43:04 49.29
ianmac San Domenico RC 3:06:37 3:06:37 3:06:37 70.95
icklechick Winchester & District AC 3:21:19 3:45:20 4:00:00 3:59:48 57.93
iPaul Bedford Harriers AC 2:56:56 3:23:56 3:05:00 3:23:56 63.81
isitsafe? Unaffiliated 5:19:50 5:19:50 5:19:50 41.05
Island Monkey Unaffiliated 3:42:11 3:42:11 4:00:00 3:42:11 58.09
j77ben Clapham Chasers 2:56:48 2:56:48 2:56:48 70.69
jacko Beverley AC 2:57:04 3:03:54 2:59:59 3:03:54 72.00
jamborigg Lothian RC 3:12:54 3:18:39 3:25:00 3:18:39 64.47
james2008 Unaffiliated 3:27:43 3:27:43 3:27:43 64.53
james6161 Billingham Marsh House Harriers & AC 3:28:23 3:28:23 3:30:00 3:28:23 64.64
jamesstewart13 Unaffiliated 2:39:32 3:43:57 3:45:00 3:43:57 55.81
Jigs Unaffiliated 2:46:27 3:00:04 2:59:00 3:07:39 68.25
Jim7 TeamBath AC 2:39:30 3:08:04 3:20:00 3:08:04 66.46
Jo_Rae Ochil Hill Runners 3:26:50 3:57:30 3:57:30 58.14
joolaroon Unaffiliated 4:31:55 4:31:55 4:30:00 4:31:55 52.77
Joopsy VEGAN RUNNERS UK 3:48:37 4:15:19 4:15:00 4:15:19 49.15
karinsmiles Harmeny AC 4:18:13 4:18:30 4:20:00 62.31
karl Royston Runners, Meridian Triathlon Club 3:55:00 3:58:00 3:45:00 3:58:00 52.75
Karlos23 Unaffiliated 3:54:45 3:54:45 3:54:45 53.70
Kat Gates Wadhurst Runners 4:58:06 4:58:06
katypie Unaffiliated 3:53:57 4:01:32 4:00:00 4:01:32 57.54
Kiwi Kate Unaffiliated 4:39:41 4:53:18 4:53:18 46.19
kstuart Trail Running Association, FERC 3:58:03 4:26:23 4:45:00 4:37:43 45.00
Kwaka Stockport Harriers & AC 4:01:20 4:16:53 4:16:53 52.44
Lea Unaffiliated 4:01:34 4:18:02 4:18:02 53.93
Lincsfella UKnetrunner 3:48:23 3:48:23 3:48:23 55.61
Lintie Stonehaven Running Club 4:25:16 4:36:00 4:53:00 48.52
Little Jen Unaffiliated 3:40:47 3:47:48 3:47:48 59.48
LizzieBean Worthing & District Harriers 3:31:56 4:19:05 4:19:05 52.27
Long Shanks Wellingborough & District AC 3:40:49 3:45:08 4:00:00 3:45:08 56.02
loopy Stornoway R & AC 4:09:52 4:09:52 4:09:52 56.39
Lucky Jim White City (Hull) RRC 3:24:16 3:43:12 4:12:13 59.02
Madshirl Tadcaster Harriers 3:19:00 3:32:00 3:33:00 75.08
mafioso Stadium Runners 4:01:44 4:14:26 4:45:00 4:14:26 49.10
Mal Barnes Runners, Horsham Joggers 3:18:50 3:39:00 3:20:00 3:39:00 57.07
Malibu Northbrook AC 3:31:12 3:31:12 3:46:17 57.06
MammaStrong Unaffiliated 5:00:58 5:42:38 5:42:38 40.35
marathonman&blondy Unaffiliated 4:01:37 4:09:34 4:21:27 47.98
mariolanza Unaffiliated 2:54:29 2:58:37 2:58:37 74.13
Markyslee Totley AC 3:00:39 3:17:24 3:17:24 63.31
martymcfly Unaffiliated 3:14:18 3:14:18 3:15:00 3:14:18 64.32
Max71 Serpentine RC 4:26:37 5:27:17 9:25:00 5:33:01 42.53
McNomad Bellahouston Road Runners 3:35:55 3:46:23 3:45:00 3:46:23 55.71
meatball27 Unaffiliated 3:51:12 4:18:12 4:22:23 47.61
merlin Unaffiliated 3:55:00 3:55:00 3:58:00 3:55:00
Metal Martin Thorney Running Club, Thorney RC 4:44:44 4:44:44 4:44:44 46.11
Midds Norwich Road Runners 2:30:22 2:55:51 2:55:51 71.04
Mightos5 Bellahouston Road Runners, Skye & Lochalsh Running Club 3:40:33 3:45:37 3:49:50 62.43
MikeD_BRR Bellahouston Road Runners 4:11:03 4:11:03 4:08:54 4:35:22 54.06
mikey_a Unaffiliated 4:58:00 4:58:00 6:00:00 4:58:00 41.94
mile muncher Thetford AC 3:52:18 4:02:02 3:59:00 4:02:02 62.17
minutehunter Unaffiliated 3:12:14 3:14:11 3:14:11 64.34
MissingPhoenix Unaffiliated 3:30:09 3:44:42 3:29:00 3:44:42 55.62
mol Unaffiliated 4:55:57 4:55:57 4:55:57 58.44
Monster Feet Unaffiliated 3:46:29 3:50:36 3:59:00 3:50:36 60.24
Moosescotland Unaffiliated 4:26:36 4:26:36 4:26:36 52.87
Morriaty Eastern Veterans AC, Riverside Runners 3:14:58 3:20:15 3:21:35 71.10
Mr Nice Adobe 4:20:00 4:20:00 4:20:00 48.05
Mr Woo Striders of Croydon AC 3:25:53 3:29:22 3:39:00 57.07
Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs) Kettering Town Harriers 3:15:02 3:39:26 3:30:00 3:53:04 71.37
Niamhs Dad Unaffiliated 3:34:08 3:34:08 4:00:00 3:34:08 60.34
Nic.1 50 Marathon Club, Reading Joggers, Wargrave Runners 3:28:33 4:48:45 4:48:45 63.58
Nice guy Eddie North Norfolk Beach Runners 3:14:03 3:14:03 3:30:00 3:14:03 64.38
No barriers Unaffiliated 4:44:16 4:44:16 5:00:00 4:52:50 45.05
NoPainNoGain Falkirk Victoria Harriers 2:43:29 2:51:26 2:51:26 72.87
Odeon1085 Unaffiliated 2:46:24 2:52:26 2:59:59 2:59:11 69.75
oi you Folkestone Running Club 3:54:59 3:54:59 3:54:59 63.32
Orlando84 Holmfirth Harriers 2:57:17 3:19:53 3:25:40 60.74
Orwell Unaffiliated 3:46:28 3:56:13 4:30:00 3:56:13 53.39
P.E... Unaffiliated 3:13:59 3:58:19 3:58:19 56.25
Padams St. Albans Striders 2:29:05 2:29:05 2:28:00 2:29:05 83.83
Paul P Leighton Buzzard AC 3:16:54 3:23:00 3:20:00 3:23:00 64.14
pdmacmill Garden City Runners 4:19:00 4:19:00 4:00:00 4:19:00 48.24
Peacey White Horse Harriers AC 2:56:48 3:46:53 3:45:00 3:46:53 55.09
PEARLY Wadhurst Runners 4:34:18 4:34:18 4:20:00 4:34:18 50.87
philinstone Stone Master Marathoners 3:19:23 3:27:38 3:27:38 60.17
pia mckay Unaffiliated 4:16:07 4:16:07 4:16:07 52.34
plodding hippo 100 Marathon Club 4:16:46 4:19:48 4:31:05 55.51
plodding on Kinross Road Runners 3:53:23 5:23:35 4:40:00 5:23:35 40.92
profplum Unaffiliated 2:57:50 3:07:30 3:07:30 66.66
race junkie Fife AC 3:01:18 3:06:28 3:06:28 68.12
racheybabes Unaffiliated 3:26:58 3:35:50 3:35:50 64.37
redkate Unaffiliated 4:24:04 4:24:04 4:24:04 53.96
RicC Edinburgh Athletic Club 2:44:59 2:54:47 3:00:00 3:04:22 67.79
RichyC Unaffiliated 2:55:48 3:07:57 3:07:57 66.50
rockin rory White Horse Harriers 3:40:00 3:53:52 3:50:00 3:53:52 59.13
Roma Thetford AC 4:39:08 4:51:00 4:45:00 4:51:00 54.26
RunFatBoyDunn North Shields Polytechnic AC 4:00:06 4:00:06 3:59:59 4:00:06 52.51
Runnersleep Unaffiliated 3:01:24 3:32:25 3:35:00 3:32:25 63.97
running26 Unaffiliated 3:51:22 4:09:08 4:12:03 52.96
runningflea UKnetrunner 5:30:09 5:30:09 5:20:00 5:30:09 42.08
RununMan Birtley AC 2:40:45 2:42:57 2:44:59 2:49:07 76.99
Russell M Motherwell AC 3:19:58 3:19:58 3:30:00 3:19:58 62.50
sallykate FERC 5:25:57 5:38:17 5:47:00 5:38:17 42.17
sam78 Unaffiliated 3:36:32 4:30:01 4:30:01 49.62
Sandor Unaffiliated 4:30:23 4:30:23 4:30:23
sbaggers Unaffiliated 3:31:16 3:31:16 3:31:16 59.16
Scotsman Unaffiliated 4:10:11 4:26:20 4:26:20 46.76
Scott S Unaffiliated 3:35:25 4:09:25 4:09:25 50.16
Screecher1uk Minehead RC 2:48:10 2:48:10 2:48:10 74.28
Selfish Git!!! Greenock Glenpark Harriers 3:21:05 4:27:30
SH_UK 100 Marathon Club, Swanley & District AC 3:15:06 3:39:34 3:40:00 3:43:27 56.44
sharmanian 100 Marathon Club, Serpentine RC 2:32:40 2:42:27 3:00:00 2:49:50 73.59
Shin-Twigs Unaffiliated 4:40:13 5:23:00 6:00:00 5:23:00 45.15
Short-n-Slow Unaffiliated 4:54:58 4:54:58 5:00:00 4:54:58 46.36
SillyGoose2007 Unaffiliated 3:53:17 3:53:17 4:00:00 3:53:17 53.58
silverfox2 Unaffiliated 3:43:03 3:43:03 3:55:00 3:52:50 55.90
SilverSlogger Falkirk Victoria Harriers, Polmont Joggers 3:13:41 3:13:41 3:13:41 69.51
Sime San Domenico RC 3:22:03 3:32:45 3:39:59 3:32:45 58.75
sirchutney Unaffiliated 3:45:57 3:45:57 3:45:57 55.79
SK aka Clive Ashford and District RRC 4:22:00 4:22:00 4:22:00 56.20
Slickchicks York Knavesmire Harriers 3:15:46 3:33:13 3:33:13 58.68
slimboy Dunbar RC 3:37:27 3:58:52 4:08:45 3:58:52 55.91
sloth Unaffiliated 3:44:53 3:59:17 3:59:50 4:03:13 52.22
Slowly But Shirley MK Lakeside Runners 4:59:38 4:59:38 5:45:00 6:56:45 34.99
Slowly the Snail Upper Bann Athletics Club 6:14:40 6:14:40 5:59:00 6:14:40 38.03
smifffie Knowle and Dorridge Running Club 3:26:40 3:38:49 3:44:59 3:45:20 63.24
Smokin' Chi Monk Unaffiliated 3:58:24 3:58:24 3:58:00 3:58:24 52.90
Smout Portobello RC, UKnetrunner 3:09:00 3:59:44 4:15:00 3:59:44 57.95
smurks Unaffiliated 3:22:13 3:22:13 3:35:00 3:22:13 63.90
snoozing Halstead RRC 4:15:44 4:15:44 4:20:00 4:15:44 54.34
Son of a Pronator Man Carnegie Harriers 3:08:52 3:19:40 3:25:00 3:21:14 66.94
SouthernSoftie Poole Runners 4:23:08 5:11:00 4:30:00 5:11:00 40.17
Sparky68 City of Hull AC 4:49:09 4:49:09 4:49:09 43.91
Spenda Teign Valley Running Club 2:48:57 2:53:18 2:53:18 73.90
SQUIDGERS Ashford and District RRC 4:46:20 4:46:20 4:46:20 50.13
Steve A FERC 3:41:40 3:56:10 3:59:59 3:56:10 52.92
Steve Ho Manchester Tri 3:22:07 3:55:23 4:24:10 47.29
SueW Carnegie Harriers 3:56:27 4:00:40 4:08:00 60.58
supersquirrel Chippenham Harriers 3:46:00 3:46:00 3:45:00 4:03:00 53.12
susi Liss Runners 3:57:01 4:07:54 4:07:54 62.11
SuzeeDiamond Unaffiliated 5:00:50 5:18:07 4:45:00 5:18:07 49.04
SuzyWoo Orpington Road Runners 3:13:40 3:28:39 3:39:11 63.38
Tasis Lass Fife AC 4:28:49 4:30:00
Ted Ramsey Cycling Club 3:31:51 3:31:51 3:35:40 3:31:51 60.45
The Craw AEGON 3:29:10 3:44:46 3:44:46 57.43
TickerT Harmeny AC 3:35:02 3:35:02 3:35:02 60.53
Tigger999 Unaffiliated 4:03:00 4:34:06 4:30:00 4:34:06 51.99
Tonicwater Elmbridge Road Runners, Serpentine RC 3:45:27 3:55:47 4:10:00 3:55:47 54.77
Top Dog Haddington East Lothian Pacemakers 3:30:11 3:30:11 3:30:11 66.55
Trackerman Portobello RC 3:15:47 3:31:37 3:40:00 3:31:37 64.21
tricialitt Unaffiliated 3:55:13 4:11:32 4:15:43 58.85
Trini Kent AC 3:24:24 3:28:56 3:30:00 3:28:56 65.01
Triplet Dad Edinburgh Running Network 4:16:51 5:42:00 6:00:00 5:42:00 38.07
ugly new eltham joggers 2:58:06 3:16:40 3:30:00 3:16:40 69.70
Uithoorn_runner Unaffiliated 4:19:15 4:43:21 4:53:01 46.24
Unicorn Clevedon AC 3:00:18 3:02:55 3:00:00 3:08:44 70.76
union Haddington East Lothian Pacemakers 3:03:57 3:13:00 3:13:00 66.33
WACA Pocklington Runners, Civil Service Runners & Riders 3:07:32 3:10:23 3:15:00 3:10:23 66.71
whereisjen Unaffiliated 4:37:12 4:37:12 4:37:12 48.87
Wicked D UKnetrunner 3:43:51 3:43:51 3:40:00 3:52:55 56.85
Wicket Mornington Chasers 3:16:41
Windsurfin' Susie Victory AC 3:15:18 3:15:18 3:13:00
YasAl Unaffiliated 3:41:33 3:41:33 3:41:33 63.60
ycb Unaffiliated 3:55:22 3:55:22 3:55:22 63.84
Yorkshire Pie Unaffiliated 3:44:05 3:44:05 3:44:59 3:44:05 62.00
♣BelleVueRacer♣ of Beartown Belle Vue Racers, Congleton Harriers 3:42:23 3:42:23 3:53:50 53.45

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DeeGee
Going so well. On for 4:30. Then I realised that I had done the first 18 miles into the wind too fast. Still, happy to have got round my first- sub 5 hours. That's a nice target for a new PB at the next marathon, which I hope will be less windy.
Mal
Too much too soon! Was on course for 3hrs 15 mins until ~17 miles then... *BOOM*! By 20 miles I had ground to a halt. I'm pretty sure almost everyone overtook me over the next 6 miles.
Banners
to get round in one piece is obviously my priority but I will be over the moon to get in under 5 hours!
RununMan
Looking forward to doing this one again. Some unfinished business from last year ... just hope the wind is not too bad. Expecting a lot more runners which should make it even better. UPDATE - fairly pleased with time, it was pretty windy so not a bad run. Really had to work hard for last 8m. Finished 46th and 7th over 40 ;~)
Son of a Pronator Man
Paid my money and *gulp* I'm in. 4 weeks after Lochaber, I'll be running another marathon. Lochaber went well (PB 3:27), so I'm busting a gut to go faster on this downhill route.
Race Strategy was to put some time in the bank in the first 5 miles for when we turned into the wind, I was 5 minutes up when we hit Seafield Road and I held that on my 3:25 schedule until the end.
kstuart
Phew it was hard work, espcially off the back of 3 more marathons in the two weekends beforehand, but i still somehow managed a PB. See Blog for full details.
Monster Feet
Fingers crossed!
SuzyWoo
Aiming for sub 3:45 (GFA) here!!
clairevmc
PB. So so happy.
icklechick
updated with chip time from unofficial website - 7s faster than my gamin :)
(still - i think 3:59:55 sounds better)
good run, really pleased .... see blog for details.
ChrisDig
Learnt from all last years mistakes , knocked over 6 minutes off PB but more importantly felt comfortable at finish unlike last year - now got the confidence to attack Berlin marathon , a great day and a really enjoyable race , good to meet a few more Fetchies.
Jigs
Well on target for sub 3 until mile 19, then struggled on/off walk/run with terrible stitch like pain that really winded me, had it before at St.Neots half. Struggled back for PB but not what I'd hoped for. Oh well! that's tennis I suppose!
smifffie
Sorry .............
grumpyconnemara
that was a long way.

loo-break at 19 miles and just couldn't get going again ... but, pleased, nonetheless, simply to have finished, especially given shocking lack of training over the last few weeks.
jamesstewart13
Barring injury, should be a PB ny 10 mins plus...

UPDATE: Managed to break 3:45 - massively pleased with this and thanks to DuggieW for the encouragement and company - that was worth 4 or 5 minutes.

Race was ok, usual stuff with Edinburgh and the little niggles over organisation. Course was good and turnout surprising. Now onto the real training for Toronto, gah!
Wicked D
for those who bet on me a MASSIVE SORRY GUYS i got it soooooooo wrong on the day
Badger
I'm looking set to be better trained than for Paris last year, and I hope the weather will be a bit less racing-hostile. Has to be worth a flutter; I'd be very disappointed not to knock a few minutes off my current time. RESULT: 16 min PB then. Which is a good big step in the right direction. I was on course for close to 4 until 30k, then hit the wall and slowed drastically. Enjoyed the race, and the whole weekend, but still disappointed on my performance at 20+ miles. Next time, maybe...
Ginnie B
1st marathon attempt!
Ted
Semi official
Joopsy
4:23 at London, I will be a stone lighter at Edinburgh and will go sub 4:15
racheybabes
GREAT RACE!!
BlueWombat
too tired to manage sub 3:30 after last week;s PB
ian9657
Actual running time was 3. 42. 56 but collapsed at 22 miles and was wheeled back to the first aid tent for oxygen and salt water via a drip into my arm. After a total stop of 56.09 I managed to convince the doc that I was OK to walk the rest..... although I did jog most of it.
Metal Martin
Tough but fun.
Smokin' Chi Monk
Tired from London but stopped myself from going any faster than needed all the way out to the turn at Gosford House, then felt my freshest ever in the closing stages. Definitely the way to go to feel strong and confident.
karl
hopeing for 3hr 45
jamborigg
Done this in 2006 and died at the 19 mile point ,so got a score to settle on this one Unofficial time off 3.18 56 was oping for sub 3.15 but will settle for 3.18 a whole 1 hour 12 mins off from 2 year ago anda pb so chuffed with that .Score now settled ye ha
Hamster1207
Loved Loved Loved it. Steady pace from the start and felt strong all the way through. A bit breezy now and again but I was usually able to find someone big to hide behind. Dusty track at 17-18 miles was a bit of a shock but the change of surface actually felt good for my legs. Once we turned and I had the wind at my back I felt strong enough to push from 20m onwards. Was on a real high those last few miles when I realised that not only was I going to beat 4hrs but should beat 3:50. The Gels I carried and Lucozade stations gave me a noticeable boost about 5 mins after taking them and I just cranked up the effort mile on mile from 22 home. Ran the last mile at my supposed lactate threshold of around 8 mins dead. All that training really did pay off. No worries and only minor niggles, black toenail and some chafing from the corners of the gels hanging tound my waist. Other that that my calfs are a bit stiff.
Duncs
turned up late and ran like the wind. thanks to all the Fetchies I met and shouted at on the way!
Sime
Hopefully 3rd time lucky in my attempt to get under 4 hours.......Diid it! just missed out on sub 3.30 but very happy with the time. Probably went too quick ove rthe first few miles, was going well unitl 18 then started to struggle, the last 3 miles were hell.
jacko
current pb 3.04.?? so going for sub 3 hrs as i feel its within my range. *** update *** wow that was tough nearly 18 miles into strong head wind and then a gravel track at about 17 miles to the turn was on target for 2.55 but gave to much to stay on target into wind and at turn legs just died so came home in about 3.03.40 but the positive its a new pb
RicC
Hoping for a fast one and (secretly!) training towards a sub-3. Running it for charity too - Red Cross who have verbally confirmed and I'm just waiting for the letter.

Post race - Edinburgh Marathon. Bad race in general. First 10K was good (37 minutes) but my stomach started playing up after that. Had to take a couple of unscheduled and unpleasant pit stops and was sick at about 15.5 miles. I struggled with the wind and the gradual incline along the sea front but that could've been due to my condition. Still got round and still a respectable time. Support from Fetchpoint was superb again (especially Santa!!) BBQ and beers afterwards were great :)
Barky
Wow! What a rae and what an event. Excellent all round day out!
chewitt
1st Marathon hope to complete in 4hrs, see you all on route.Had to walk at the 25 mile point for a mile which gave me the energy to strat running again.
loopy
Oh my god oh my god ...only a week to go !!! good luck eveyrone x
its my first marathon..and maybe my last !!lol no pressure here.. i just intend to finish it
Update..still alive !! that was so hard but really pleased with my time, will i ever do another one? hmm don't think so lol
Slowly But Shirley
This will be my first ever marathon and I'm jogging around it with a friend the whole way. Not looking for a specific time, just looking to be able to complete!! Excited but also daunted by the prospect!

UPDATE: Can finally face putting my results up! The friend I was doing this with was injured and in agony but still fiercely determined to complete it after all that training we did, even if she had to walk most of it (which pretty much ended up being the case). I couldn't leave her (would have felt terrible if I had) so resolved to help her finish instead with moral support and company; she'd have done the same for me if situation had been reversed. Not how I saw my first marathon going though :( so have booked another full - Robin Hood - in Sept, which I'm doing by myself, so that I can attempt the marathon properly and find out what I'm actually capable of. Now I've made the decision, really looking forward to it! Will do Edinburgh again next year and put the 'finish time' ghosts to rest!
derooster
I'm really happy with my first attempt at this distance. Just missed my target time, but as I was going into unknown territory after 22.5 I'm not too upset. I really enjoyed the course even with the wind.
Long Shanks
This will be my 1st Marathon so I'll be happy with anything under 4 hrs.
Unicorn
Strong (25mph) headwind miles 4 - 18
MissingPhoenix
An ambitious target need to get a lot of endurance work in.
Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs)
Training has gone pretty much to plan, all depends on the day now! :)

******UPDATE***********
I was stupid in allowing myself to become dehydrated! Had to walk the last couple of miles as I was in agony with my knee :(
Slickchicks
Very windy to start, I was very nervous for my first marathon. I just wanted to get round. I was flying up until mile 24.5 then I slowed a lot. Goog run though. Very hot
mol
A brilliant day. loved every minute. weather excellent
what was that gravelled bit about ?
well organised
runningflea
Injured, more pit stops, trickier course - and yet still a PB? HOW?
Malibu
LUV ED, LUV'D RACE. When do entries open for next year?
SuzeeDiamond
2nd Marathon, am going to be really focussed this year, would like to do Dublin in October too. Too hot when the sun came out at mile 17, shouldn't really complain about getting the sun in the country but it would have been nice if it has waited an hour or two :)
_bod_
A perfect race for me. Strong to 24 miles, tired a little but still managed to pick it up down the finish straight. Well done everyone, hard going into the wind today.
RichyC
Aiming for sub 3.15 or better, fingers crossed! UPDATE: Unofficial time: 3.07.57, pb by over 20mins.
giggsy
Did this last year and it's a great marathon. Looking to dip under 3hrs for the first time. Got 3:09 last year and ran a 3:05 at Nottingham in September on a hillier course.
HappyG(rrr)
My first ever marathon. Slightly scared, v. excited! Goals: 1. Finish 2. No walking! 3. Sub 4hr?!
Update - done it! 3:42:15! Very pleased with time. Wonderful experience, fetchpoint was brilliant!
Peacey
My 1st marathon, Anything around the 3-45 mark will be great.
Howard Road Runner
Aiming for 3.30 having got a good PB in London last year when it was hot hot HOT.
Runnersleep
Result - Finish time of 3hr 32mins and ran very steady - even against that wind for 13 miles which was a bit relentless.
Happy with time as went into this with my usual no rest, no taper, crap diet, high mileage routine - so must work for me.
Good to see lots of Fetchies and thanks for the jellybabies.
Windsurfin' Susie
sub 3:15 or bust. This might change if I go sub-3:15 in London though
Bosun Tony
This is the race that I would like to break 3 : 30, this would mean a qualifying time for Boston. Do I have it in me ???????????????????????????????
UPDATE: 25/MAY/08 Yes I do !!!!! 3:24:30 :)
Gymaddict
Over the moon with this result. Really found the whole race (apart from the last 2 miles) fine to my great surprise.
AndersonStu
Im in. Sub 4hrs the target. Hoping to raise a whack of money for the CF trust.
Shin-Twigs
no idea what time to expect, 5 weeks after running FLM I think, we'll just see how it goes.

another crappy marathon !! - you get what you put in I guess
plodding on
Just looking to get round knee been giving me problems so very limited training.Well knee went ended up walking from 18 miles, other than that enjoyed the race.
Fast&Furious
Provisional result - will update when official results are published.

Race went very much to plan. Found a big guy doing bang on 3 hour pace and stuck to him from 10 miles up to the turn. Reached 18 miles in about 2:03:30 and picked up the pace to 6:30 per mile with the wind behind me over the remaining 8.2 miles.

It really was not the day for a PB, I was just very pleased with a sub 3 hour time especially coming just 6 weeks after London.
Smout
7 Weeks to go!~ Managed a 19 miler but had a week of not much with cold. Still think I can doo this though :D
Must Do Target - Get round without having to walk to the end
Happy Target - Think since running my 1st 10 miler and 1st Half I can get under 4:15
Oh My Target - Sub 4 hours would be fab. May even listen to myself to hang up my marathon trainers for some faster shorter races for a while :D

Woo Hoo!!!
Haggis 2
This will be my first this year...Loch ness next....as i have done two halfs i figured my best chance of completing a marathon in a respectable time was after a years training for those and so i have deicated this year to the marathon experience come what may.

I would love to get under 4 Hrs, I would be estatic with sub 3:45 and i would faint if i acheived a sub 3:30.
mile muncher
2 loo stops and cramp in the final couple of miles stuffed up my sub-4. But it's still a PB - by 4 seconds!! Good course but very windy and hot. My god, I thought i was going to melt
Duggie W
Official time 3:43:56. Did way better than expected. Faded a bit over the last few miles but had JBhoy for company and we kept each other going. Thanks mate. Thanks to all who placed a bet on me- you should get a good return!
♣BelleVueRacer♣ of Beartown
My first marathon - can't wait- loads of training to do.
MikeD_BRR
Soory for those who bet on me - too soon after London - better next year
Russell M
Been up to the full distance in trainign now and feeling good for a decent first attempt. Anything sub-3:20 would be amazing but realistically I'll be happy with any sub-3:30 :) **UPDATE** Knee hurting throughout so pleased with my time but could have knocked at least another 5 min off it if I'd been fully fit. Course was great although I think it was the big cambers on the roads near the start that kicked off the knee problem. First marathon over and done with - now to look forward to Loch Ness in October!
WACA
Excellent race! 1st 6 miles very friendly and can coast along without much interference from the wind, but then the prevailing wind on the front for the next 11 miles were pretty tough. Turning at 18 miles the relief from thh wind was bliss and then the last 6 are predominantly downhill and very forgiving for tired limbs. Ecstatic with my time and the run, although I was suffering I ran strongly and finished well. Thanks to the organisers, esp the volunteeers, which make such an event possible.
hellen
3.20s PB so pleased with that. Found the strong wind then sun very tough, was annoyed with myself for going off too fast, think I could have been a few mins faster if I paced better
Tigger999
great course but nasty section from mile 17-18 where we were put up thru a wooded gravel section, very cruel indeed. all in all fab race
joolaroon
first marathon, very scared up tp half mar as of this weekend, never run further than 14m before
great terrible 21-25, last mile fantastic for support
Dickie York
Did this race a couple of years ago, good fun. Different course this year and supposed to be faster.
Chasing a sub 3 hour time this year, so see what happens.
Post race update:
Wind was a major factor, head wind between 7-18 miles, should have been about 5 mins quicker. What I lost on the way out was far more than I gained from the tail wind back! Next time.................
rockin rory
Good race. Plenty of water and lucazade stations. Good crowds to cheer you along. Organization was good except the reunion area was too crowded - needed more space.
sloth
not too bad as it was my third marathon in 9 weeks!!! especially gven my lack of training.
Slowly the Snail
Sorry guys couldn't get my pb, though worked really hard I found the wind beat me on the day, but on a postive note I managed nearly 40 minutes of my pb!
sallykate
Would love to predict under 5 hours but am being reasonable!
My first, so I really just want to get round without anything falling off.
UPDATE - I'm number 8172 :-)
Yorkshire Pie
Woo hoo!!!! Good for Age!!!!! Full race report to follow, but it was a PB by nearly 5 minutes so I'm pretty pleased with that.
Padams
Would be moderately happy to beat PB (2:29:19) but really want to get a bit closer to 2:25.

Lost too much time into the wind (4-18M), but couldn't have gone any quicker on the day, so have to be reasonably pleased given the conditions.
Niamhs Dad
Great experience. Wind a bit harsh during the first half. Cramp in left calf muscle from mile 21 (need to strengthen). Great experience.
slimboy
Garmin time 3.58.39 will await chip time before entering. Better still be sub 4 hrs!
Crazy Grazy
Started of to fast. 1st half wasat 8 min mile where as 2nd half was at 9.5 min miles,
katypie
Urgh, windy day for at least 18M. Dead disappointed to miss out on the sub 4. it's getting nearer though
SueW
Very weatehr dependent. If it's hot, I'll wilt. If it's cool and drizzly, then sub 4 is a possibilty. **UPDATE** Well it was cool to begin with! No drizzle becasue of that brisk NE wind. I was pleased with this result. My effort was strong throughout tho I faded in teh last couple of miles. I kept running tho and didn't resort to walking. About 11 minutes faster than Boston 5 weeks ago. great support once you left the city. All in all I enjoyed it.
ugly
Coming back from injury and need a Hernia op still going to give it a go.

Update:Had a really good race,came home in 3:16:40 which really pleased me and had a great time in Scotland with Sango and others i met at hostel.Just missed out on GFA for FLM which is a shame but i gave it my all.Perhaps most importantly my calves were fine and no prob with Hernia,lets hope i can get some consistent training in now,Thats all folks!
charmaine
Great course, just off sub 4 but still a pb by 13mins, bit of a wind and cramp at 19m but other than that felt good. Well done to you all
Dynamo Kev
Really pleased to set a new pb by nearly 9 minutes. The headwind was a blessing in disguise as it forced me to take the first 18 miles relatively easy, and meant there was plenty in the tank at the business end. Didn't slow at all for the last 6 miles and was constantly overtaking from around mile 10 onwards. Fnished really strong which is a first!
Odeon1085
All mental now. Training in, Pacer arranged, JFDI Update. Did it! Well pleased. All info on daily training including stats. Copied from the rw sub 3 fred :)
Bazoaxe
Been trainjing very hard since December with target of a sub 3.15 and was fully expecting a PB and possibly sub 3.10.

Couple of niggles recently have been nursed along but are starting to give me cause for concern.

I still aim to go for a PB, but will assess progress on the day and maybe readjust my target if all not well
Doonhamer
Hopefully be able to run Sub 3 as have managed a bit more training than for last couple of marathons but a lot ill depend on Queens result the day before - If they win it might be a struggle to even make the start line !!!

UPDATE : made it to the start after the football on saturday. Managed to get the sub 3 but it was hard work in the wind. Like a few others garmin had the course at 26.4 miles
Gobi
Thats the pace I have agreed to run.

RESULTS

IT WAS VERY WINDY

I ran to plan with nothing exciting to report as had no issues. Course came up as 26.37 on the Garmin(26.41 on a mates). On an accurate course this was 2.39.30 ish. PB was possible but during the last 3 miles I tired and although I could have picked up I was not prepared to risk it with Comrades in 3 weeks.

ps. had a great steak the night before.
Tasis Lass
Training did not go well for this marathon ijury in October meant no running for 3 months and no bike either then comming back into running I tore a thigh muscle and weather did not permit cycling to and from college as the bridge was closed for several days for about 4-5 weeks so another 3 weeks wasted and no running finally managed to get out for a few short runs on a regular basis and then it happened I tore my calf muscle so once again it was back to walking and no hills finally got back to running in March and had to take it gently so as not to do anymore damage no reall long runs up until 5weeks before managed a 20 miler but very slow and a couple of 13milers and a half Marathon race 2 weekends ago. Race went fine foot hurting after 10miles so not so bad but had to walk for a mile to ease it off again.
SillyGoose2007
Great first marathon and very pleased with my time!
race junkie
Good strong run till 23 miles on course for sub 3 till then. pitty about the strong wind for the first 18 miles oh and the sunburnt shoulders!
Bod1
Excellent fast course. Strong headwind for first 17 miles! Nice finish at the racecourse.
mikey_a
Under-trained for this but decided to go for it and see what would happen. Plan was to be happy with "just get round". Of course, on the day, I was going better than expected and got to 19 miles well ahead of schedule and on for a PB. Then came the cramp and the last 7 miles were torture! But I still came in ahead of what I said I'd be happy with. So I'm happy. I think :)
Mr Woo
Harder than anticipated. Very windy upto mile 18, suffered from mile 21 to end (run/walk)
Trini
Windy for most of the way till mile 18. Legs seized up at mile 22 stopped for 9.5 sec stretch at 26. Good race. Shame about the gravelly bit. Sunny finish. Felt Great.
pdmacmill
1st ever marathon (and felt like last), started off at a good pace looking for 3:55 finish, maintained the pace till Mile 17 mark and after this well and truly ''hit the wall'' and struggled the rest of the way. Delighted to have completed it and looking forward to my next one.....
RunFatBoyDunn
If only 7 seconds quicker!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Roma
Felt sick at 20 miles, had to run walk the rest of the way but legs were absolutely fine.
Bolt
A great relaxed marathon event. Very fast at start due to big descents for the first 5 miles. Rather made up for by the strong headwind all the way from mile 5 to 18 on the turn around. Not the most picturesque of marathons but certainly, on it's day, a good one for a PB. It wasn't mine though...not enough training done but I achieved sub 3:45 which was pleasing to me.
GAZMAC
PB for Me!!!
dave_m
Course has a fast start but beware heading off too quick.
grammcen
First Marathon.
Ando 73
10k - 52.34, Half Marathon - 1.52.33, 30k 2.42.51
SouthernSoftie
No training for last 5 weeks, bad knee. Was a few mins under target until around the 18 mile point and then had to limp the rest as my knee flared up again. Very pleased I managed to complete the race in the end.
NoPainNoGain
65th - blowing a gale on outward leg

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