Brighton Reebok 10KListed by fraggle
, Brighton BN2 UK
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|Dave29||Bishops Stortford RC||47:39||55:28||55:28||48.64|
|Ghengis||Redhill Distict Royal Mail AC, Striders of Croydon AC||41:35||42:14||44:00||42:52||65.30|
|kink bunny||No running club||52:48||1:03:41||1:03:41||46.98|
|Sezz||Trent Park Running Club||54:23||55:05||55:00||55:05||55.07|
|streatham stroller||Herne Hill Harriers, Road Runners Club||43:19||46:48||50:35||46:48||61.16|
|Tiger||Epsom Oddballs RC, Reigate Priory AC||45:55||45:55||45:55||68.92|
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PB by just under 2 minutes so I'm well chuffed :o)
My right calf/ankle have been bad since I twisted it recently, so wasn't expecting too much today. Didn't see any km markers and lost it mentally for about 10 mins around 6k, but still managed a massive PB so I'm very pleased. Next stop <55
My aim was to get sub 55 by the end of the year and I missed it by a pesky few seconds! Still, I beat my previous PB by a minute and a half which I'm chuffed with. Not a bad race but felt a bit icky at 6km, stitch at 8 and legs died at 9.5km. Lovely day out with superb weather and fab to see so many friends.
Brighton 10km - lovely conditions and lovely race - only small problem was the size and positioning of the km markers - but I had fun Rough splits are: 1.5km - 6:40 3km - 6:29 6.5km - 15:31 10km - 15:16 Shiraz's GPS measured the course a bit short - 9.915 - but who cares - PB
At last...............sub 60 thanks to LL for pulling me round. Very happy PB now!
Great, perfect conditions, new PB
I didn't know what to expect from me after having a fantastic xc race yesterday, and my legs were certainly telling me that I had raced the day before. But after a bit of pushing and shoving at the start I soon got into the swing of things and was doing well at the 1 and 2k markers, so decided to that I would continue and try and put in a decent 5k and then see how i feel... 5k past and things were good... but then that was it for the km markers so I ran the rest of the race as I felt, with no idea of pace... so was chuffed to bits to cross the line with a new pb by 45 secs and a time of 37:02... am not sure of my place but I think it was either 4th or 5th, so not bad!!!
Potentially very quick course as it's flat as a pancake. Thankfully there was no wind, which will always be a potential hazard on a seafront course. Not many km markers were visible, but enough to have a good idea of how I was progressing. Well organised, especially considering the potential for mowing into unwary tourists on the promenade.
my first 10k
Very pleased with this one!