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  1. RUN
    good The Hills Have Attitude 10 km 00:49 07:53 pace

    Stockport 10k Race and the hills were angry today, my friends, like an old man returning soup at a deli. Other than that it was a nice event, good crowd, fun atmosphere, free massage sessions (I ha... read more

  2. RUN
    great The Half-Time Air Was Sweet P... 11 km 01:06 09:39 pace

    Warm up and warm down run down for today's race. Feels so good to run slowly after leaving everything out there on the track.

  3. RUN
    good Every Stop Is Neatly Planned 4 km 00:25 10:03 pace

    Easy come down to steady the heartbeat and assuage the muscles.

  4. RUN
    great Woodbank Parkrun 5 km 00:24 07:43 pace

    Tried out a new park run which I'd read was mostly tarmac. I wanted a break from mud slide slim so I toddled on down to Stockport to give it a try. However, no one had warned me about the Hill... read more

  5. RUN
    alright Shipmates And Cheyenne 14 km 01:33 10:41 pace

    Long and winding road in forceful weather. Kept the tailwind at my back this making it my ally.

  6. RUN
    alright Lightfoot And Thunderbolt 2 km 00:11:00 08:51 pace

    Cool down sprint and trot just to blast the exhausts clear. However, my speed didn't protect me from the sudden rainstorm.

  7. RUN
    alright Bicester Park Run 5 km 00:23 07:24 pace

    Ran my hardest but I think the soggy conditions from heavy rains slowed my time somewhat. I enjoyed picking off other runners and overtaking a couple of showboaters.

    • Sam R.
      Sam R. Great Performance
      Great Performance:

      Woooot!!! Outstanding!!!!

      11 days ago

  8. RUN
    alright Swimming On Land 5 km 00:29 09:20 pace

    Drenched to the very skin by a torrential downpour that Noah would have envied. Thankfully it wasn't cold so I ran well, right up until a coach sped through a flooded part of the road as I ran... read more

  9. RUN
    alright The Underside Of Leaves 5 km 00:32 10:17 pace

    Mind-clearing laps around a freshly mown field, with exercise stops in the tree shade.

  10. RUN
    good Between The Viaducts Of Your ... 6 km 00:40 10:43 pace

    New exploratory route that took me over a bridge and under a railroad tunnel. Stopped early due to sluggish legs that were doggedly determined to not warm up.

  11. RUN
    great Say, Can I Have Some Of Your ... 6 km 00:38 10:11 pace

    Cool down run after an intense race, loping along around the boat covered lake that is the focal point of Poole, a quintessentially English town on the southern seaboard. There were poignant war me... read more

  12. RUN
    great Poole Parking Run 5 km 00:22 07:07 pace

    Joined in a local park run on my recent visit to the Jurassic coast to camp out with 5 of my 8 siblings (two bailed at the last minute). Ran my heart out and missed out on a 21 minute finish by 8 s... read more

  13. RUN
    alright Get Back To The Chopper 7 km 00:41 09:25 pace

    Ran downtown to catch the new Tom Cruise movie in which he grins, flies a lot of planes, smuggles a bunch of contraband and then grins some more. Had planned to run home but my thighs were too sore... read more

  14. RUN
    alright The Spaces Between 9 km 00:59 10:33 pace

    A different kind of run today during which I stopped every kilometre or so to work through squats and push ups. Kept this up until I'd completed 200 of both exercises and then ran home.

    • Sam R.
      Sam R.

      Multitasking, Mandrake. Bravo. :-)

      20 days ago Like1 person

    • Thirstyboots
      Thirstyboots

      Thanks Sam R. But after I got home, my leg muscles made me a thousand promises of pain to come, and sure enough I walked like John Wayne for the next few days

      17 days ago Like

  15. RUN
    alright Shade And Dew 5 km 00:35 11:15 pace

    Cool down shuffle after the race just to bank some distance and let my body know that its vacation is over.

  16. RUN
    alright Comeback Trail 5 km 00:24 07:43 pace

    Parkrun race and my first run since last Saturday thanks to thigh soreness. Couldn't hit my usual speed but held a steady pace and even managed a sprint finish. Only way from here is up.

  17. RUN
    tired Do You Smile To Tempt A Lover? 26 km 02:38 09:46 pace

    Spent the day with a small team running through various city parks to raise money for an Alzheimer's charity. We were rained on so frequently and slogged through so much mud that I still can&#... read more

  18. RUN
    good Parkrun Blast 5 km 00:22 07:04 pace

    Ran my best in today's race but still didn't get a sub 22 minute finish, but I'll keep my shoulder to the wheel and keep chasing.

    • Ian C.
      Ian C.

      I'm chasing sub 21...it will come

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Thirstyboots
      Thirstyboots

      Ian C. That's great. It didn't help that an old retired guy ran with me telling me about his 18 minute 5k times, not to mention his other PB's, all faster than mine. I was sorely tempted just to blurt out 'yeah? Well you're BALD, grandpa!' But I kept my manners.

      about 1 month ago Like

  19. RUN
    tired Interval Training With Geese 15 km 01:43 11:03 pace

    Hill and interval run around the park and pond, taking care to avoid all the caca. Thank you, water fowl.

  20. RUN
    good The Rain People 17 km 01:39 09:22 pace

    Set off prepared for rain but instead encountered nothing but heat and sunshine. My raincoat stayed tied around my waist and my face got some colour.