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    Quote Originally Posted by that_fjell_guy View Post
    Good 15 miler. Whernside via Dalehead then back down the ridge following the wall. Finished off through Waterfalls walk...head torch required. Having a stiff groin/quad issue. Enjoyed it mainly! That wasn't you running down Dalehead road in blue shorts and vest was it Mossdog!?
    'fraid not....back in beloved Teessdale today and a swift but short dash up to Hardberry trig and back (about 5 miles)to check that everything has remained where it should be when I last saw it (I do like a nice bit of routine )

    I bet that was a great run today tFG, especially if the sky was as clear and blue as here.
    “My actions are my only true belongings.”

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    Well, it was good to be out on the hill. Shame I was running like an absolute shower.
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    Very steady start to 2015 .13 st and should be 12 for racing.Hamstring painfull after a seasons biking,happens every year.Third run of 3.5 mls on road today. still think I will be Fell Racing in a month's time.

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    Yesterday I ran a clockwise circuit of the kinder plateau from hayfield. The south side was pitted with fresh looking mudclaw prints all the way from the far eastern side to crowden tower but I didn't notice them on the northern edges. Was it you...anyone. Loved the run, some new areas for me

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    Been to London for a few days so today's early morning run was a 7 miler round Hyde Park, Green Park and St James Park. My first run in London since I did the Docklands half marathon in 1998

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Smith View Post
    Yesterday I ran a clockwise circuit of the kinder plateau from hayfield. The south side was pitted with fresh looking mudclaw prints all the way from the far eastern side to crowden tower but I didn't notice them on the northern edges. Was it you...anyone. Loved the run, some new areas for me
    nice run I do it some times from rowlee bridge to crookstone then around. if I'm feeling like longer run I'll start at Yorkshire bridge and go over Winn Hill

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    A 9 miler in the snow today brilliant! I followed some fox tracks round the reservoir which every now and then went to the edge of the reservoir. Either it was very thirsty or it was trying to get at the ducks on it
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    Nice hour around the beach this morning, met a couple of guys from the club, surprising how much easier it is to run with other folk, been struggling the last couple of weeks as I make my way back to fitness, running on my own tends to end being running too fast interspersed with bending over, blowing out of my a*se, altogether a far more civilised affair today

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    First week of Boston training completed..
    93 miles for the week.
    m: 12.5 road run 7:30 pace
    t: 11.2 miles with 5 x 1mile, (5:35pace) 1 min rest
    w: 12.5 miles 7:30 pace.
    t: am: 4 miles 7:50 pace. pm: 11.1 miles 6:50 pace road and trail.
    f: 11.1 miles, warm up and 20 x 30s hard (5k pace and quicker), 30 steady.
    s: am: 5 miles 7:50 pace. pm: 8.5 miles 7:20 pace.
    s: 17.2 miles 6:50 pace.

    Christmas was back in the UK just running on the fells and trails, averaged 90+ for the 3 weeks back but no quality at all, now kicking off the Spring marathon training..

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    1hr 30m on the hill yesterday skipping around on the numerous ice sheets (Jalas know how to put shoes together, fantastic kit)

    40m on the MTB today sorting out a new route to work, more farm tracks and private roads. Quite pleasant.
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