Cabbage Patch 10Listed by Lalli
, Twickenham TW1 UK
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|are we there yet?||Unaffiliated||1:46:04||1:46:00|
|funkin||Ranelagh Harriers, The Stragglers RC||1:03:09||1:06:02||1:05:00||1:06:02||68.07|
|Lottie140||Dulwich Park Runners||1:45:21||1:51:29||1:51:29||44.11|
|marders||Victoria Park Harriers & Tower Hamlets AC||51:16||54:24||54:24||81.60|
|PaulaMc||Dulwich Park Runners||1:26:16||1:33:12||1:34:00||1:33:12||55.24|
|Peteb69||100 Marathon Club, Serpentine RC||1:06:13||1:09:09||1:10:50||65.17|
|Red foot blue foot||Ranelagh Harriers||1:44:02||1:44:02||1:44:02||48.81|
|ruskinmike||Dulwich Runners AC||1:18:41||1:23:59||1:25:56||56.77|
|the running bluebell||Unaffiliated|
|tom_craggs||Mornington Chasers, Winchester & District AC||58:32||1:01:27||1:07:00||1:01:27||72.24|
|touche turtle||Hailsham Harriers||1:14:51||1:15:51||1:15:51||67.45|
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Edit. Colesaw will be a large part of my diet for the next couple of weeks.
Great race lovely course. Ran a very even pace felt strong all the way roung feeling confident that I can beat the 1.45 barrier for St Neots next month.
Want a PB but without killing myself before GSR the week after. UPDATE: lovely race, perfect weather, made PB almost easy.
Watch time 1:11:35. Gun time 1:11:56. What happened here? Far exceeded expectations! Began steadily and found myself doing miles of 7.0x, getting to half way in 35.30. As this was my longest race since March, I wasn't confident about holding the speed to the end but felt pretty good. Although the crowd was thin, they and the marshalls were enthusiastic and that kept up my pace. Perfect conditions and a very enjoyable morning!
Good friendly race very happy with my time.
Really pleased to go under 1 hour 20 minutes but last 2 miles were very tough.
Going to take this easy as it's Julie's first 10 mile race. She did brilliantly and we finished in 1:43:35 by my Garmin. Chip times to follow. This was a lovely race and the sun even popped out for the last mile!
Don't know if I can take much time off my 10mile time, so won't be too optimistic! - Well, I got that wrong! Took 1 min 13 secs off last year's time and that was without a Garmin to tell me to go faster. Lovely race.
I couldn't run this ... had done virtually no training (boo hiss) and reckoned that 3 miles once a week for the previous three months wasn't going to get me round a 10 mile course.
The FIRST time I have ever booked a race and not run it! Shameful...
Bring on the jelly babies!
nice to meet mrs mac at the finish
have to take this slow as I'm tapering for a mara next weekend. Update- lovely race. Bumped into mgb too!
Pretty pleased with my time, haven't been training for a while properly since Berlin marathon becuase of a fair bit of knee pain. Nice race, mainly club runners it seemed but still very friendly and well organised.
Fantastic event, 8 minutes better than predicted time, too! Felt really good the whole way around, really enjoyed this one.
Unlike last year I actually set off at a reasonable pace and ran the first mile in 6:23 (which turned out to be my fastest mile). I have very little else to report on the race other than at about mile 3 my calves started to feel really tight again. I continued on but could feel them every step. My pace did slow down slightly, with the slowest mile from 4-5 (6:47 pace). I recovered from this and stayed strong till the finish, where I crossed the line in 66:02. I’m happy with how I ran considering the build-up to the race, and this was as good as I could have expected. Best thing was winning a bike in the spot-prize raffle thingy afterwards!!!
speedy, just under Berlin MP, hold me back