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Old 09-03-2013, 01:16 PM   #1  
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Done and dusted, Sunday morning, 2hr 27m 59s BOOM!
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Old 09-03-2013, 03:08 PM   #2  
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Super congratulations - such a huge achievement.
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Very very cool - good for you! I'm planning on doing my first next summer. Do you have plans to run some more, or was this a "one and done" kind of thing?

Congrats!!
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Congratulations!!!! I walked a half marathon a couple of years ago (and 40 pounds heavier) and just about ruined my feet for a couple of months. Must have been the sport shoes. I know you must have trained hard to finish it in less than 2 and a half hours. What an accomplishment.
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Very very cool - good for you! I'm planning on doing my first next summer. Do you have plans to run some more, or was this a "one and done" kind of thing?

Congrats!!
29th of September is the next one and one in October. ?If i don't have something planned i'll get lazy and fat again. always need a goal to keep me off my arse
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Great job! Maybe some day I'll be able to do something that great.
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Can't believe you did that at 251 Si! You are a star!

My longest run is 10k at the moment. I will try for 7 miles tomorrow.

At 220lbs I was running 1 mile tops.

You are so going to fly.
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wow that is amazing!!! congrats, that is something very few people are capble of doing and you have a really good time

what are your plans for the future with it?, like are you going to try and set some goals related to your run to help improve time or run maybe a full one
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Plan is 2 more halves before Xmas. then its the Winter cross country season. Next year I'm planning a full marathon. My goals this year were to do a half in under 2:40 get sub 30 for a 5k and get under 70 for a 10k. So far i've achieved all.

2:27:59 Half. 66:33 10k and 29:50 5k. Next year the plan is to get under 28m for a 5k and around 60/61 for a 10k. I'd also like to get to around 2:20 for a half marathon and under 5:20 for a full marathon.

No doubt i'll end up doing some more odd train events etc.
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Nice one!

I did my first a few years back and it killed me!
Howd you feel afterwards?
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Badassery sir. Well done! Any tips for the noobs out there? (self included)
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