adidas Milton Keynes Half-MarathonListed by fetcheveryone
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|Adrian||Town & Country Harriers||1:31:48||1:39:50||1:39:50||62.81|
|Chaz||Wootton Road Runners||1:22:52||1:27:26||1:27:26||1:27:26||67.76|
|mummyV||Ranelagh Harriers, Stragglers||1:44:08||1:57:18||1:57:18||56.13|
|Runner Martin||Redway Runners||1:38:46||1:41:10||1:42:10||63.41|
|Tim of MK||Unaffiliated||1:39:33||1:58:56||2:05:44||50.68|
|Vin Rouge||Striders of Croydon AC||1:24:42||1:30:02||1:33:48||64.30|
One of those races, felt crap, stopped for a pee at 5 miles, no water at the stations only energy drink and altogether one that wasn't destined to be great, but by putting in a ball breaking "sprint" finish from the 12 mile marker, managed to shave a PB and squeeze in under 90mins ...... somehow.
Recovering from food poisoning, felt empty from 6 miles onwards.
Kelvin shot off at the start but I caught and passed him at about mile 10
Only just got back from Runners World spring training camp in Portugal so doubled my mileage over the last week. Expecting to be very tired here. Amazingly managed to keep up a sub-9.30 min/mile pace for most of the race! Started to struggle in last 2 miles but amazed myself over this nice flat course. A cool day, perfect running weather. Really really chuffed!
Must try for sub 2 hours soon.....
terrible race, ran on a calf injury/muscle pull, had to stop and stretch a lot and did not enjoy it at all