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Round Norfolk Relay

Listed by Slow Going
, Kings Lynn PE30 UK
14 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
Badger FERC 58:30
Chrisity Beeston AC 52:15 40:24
Fenrunner Ely Runners
Forest Faerie Thetford AC 2:09:50
JJ Flash Spa Striders RC 1:06:32 59:32
KatieB Bedford Harriers AC
Maclennane R2D2 Hash House Harriers 1:23:01
Metal Martin Thorney Running Club, Thorney RC
oldbiddynandi Longdale Striders 2:04:00
Pericles Reepham Runners 1:56:10
phal Northbrook AC, FARC
Princess Purple Bubbles Scarborough AC 1:00:00 58:45
Rach E Aldershot, Farnham & District AC, Team Kennet 1:37:45 1:33:25
Slow Going UKnetrunner

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Princess Purple Bubbles
stage 16 for team fetcheveryone else! amazing weekend with sleep deprivation but I still ran a steady even paced 5.5miles and came home in 58:45 which I am over the moon about given the pain in shoulder.nightjar was great on bike support-even if I did get him to talk random jibberish for about the first 2miles...Monty got a few comments but we are used to that and to top it off I got to snog legless at changeover!
changed from stage 5 due to calf strain. set off steady and held pace well. calf now more sore.
running stage 2
Forest Faerie
Stage 2 14 miles off road for 11 of those. Beautiful run in a wonderful part of the country
Stage 5.
Fantastic, fantastic day out. Run was hellish but wonderful. Fanks everyone!
Stage 1 for Reepham Runners.
Lovely conditions ... a truly beautiful, remote dawn run (6.30am start) by the sea. Sand and shingle in the middle miles made the going difficult, so I narrowly missed out on the aim to maintain sub 7-minute miling. But pleased nevertheless.
Really enjoyed this. Crazy grand scale organisation. Thumbs up and much gratitude to Nightjar for arranging Team 3 (Else) and making sure everybody got where they needed to be when they needed to be there. This time is off my stopwatch. The "official" time is 59.59 but that was to do with one of the timekeeper stopwatches having a bit of a tizzy and I know what I ran :) Not a big deal; either way it is the fastest time to 7 miles or 11k I've ever recorded so I am pleased with that.
JJ Flash
Ran Stage 6 and really enjoyed this run. Especially the near vertical bit by the lighthouse! Count me in for next year!
Rach E
Stage 13 which is 13.98 miles. There's some offroad, it starts at 3 in the morning so I'll aim for a conservative 7m/m pace...***UPDATE*** I had a great run in the dark hours!! Although my stage wasn't the easiest, I managed to keep a consistently comfortably fast pace up for the whole run. It's my first "race" where I've started out at a pace and have managed to hold it to the end (and actually speed up in the last mile). I really enjoyed the run and picking off runner after runner - I think I overtook about 12 people. The stage through the forest was rather surreal - particularly when I couldn't see a thing as the support car was held up due to some (inconsiderate) other runners. This ended up on me disappearing down a hole and jarring my back. I had a couple of painkillers though which kicked in quickly and I don't think it took a toll on my total time. First lady on the stage and seventh overall. I am very very happy with my run. Garmin measured at 14.19 miles (as it did with other people on the stage).