Posted over 3 years ago in reply to scott 10
Cheers Scott and thanks for reading. I write this nonsense and and never know who actually reads them. And spreading the parkrun word is important to me - if it gets more people to try it out.
Two more irreverent blogs to be found this week:
Today's parkrun effort 'Successful failure; introducing the PW' and a special bank holiday one called '#I just ran, to say, I love you...#' both available for those who like a tongue-in-cheek read
Posted over 3 years ago in reply to martinallen72
I did my first park run in Hull today! Really enjoyed it and will defo be going again.
Posted over 3 years ago in reply to SJD
great read m8 made me chuckle i guess its hard to keeo on top of pbs !!
Posted over 3 years ago
Great blog, many thanks did make me chuckle, hope that was slightly the intention. also helped me not feel so useless at still not speeding up my 5K although im still much much slower than you.
Thanks again and I look forward to your next blog :)
Posted over 3 years ago in reply to Clairep133
clairep133 - many thanks - yes definitely the intention! :-) Perhaps we will pass each other one day, you going forwards, me going backwards! lol
Got a pee bee today at Roundhay parkrun. Times still not fantastic, but I wiped 29 seconds off my previous best! Roundhay has given itself the reputation as the worlds hardest. Its certainly very hilly!
We had our fancy dress first year park run in Bedford today, was fantastic, Pics onnfacebook if you are interested (I'm the clown!)
two new blog entries up this week - 1 parkrun experience from today and 1 video from earlier this week when I recreated my favourite running event: The 1066 East Hill Steps Challenge.
I do Bedford,Parkrun most weeks, great bunch of people and great turnout every week.
Posted over 3 years ago in reply to Sarabop
We need some park runs in Essex. There don't seem to be any and they sound great
Been a couple of weeks and lots has happened. Getting progressively slower over 5k (lol). New blog entry 'Poodle-pacing my way to a new record' at eastbourneparkrun.blogspot.co.uk
York is great - flat and fast!
Posted over 3 years ago in reply to RGF58
Enjoyed the blog again this week and the photoshop robins. hope your times start heading in the right direction soon
Posted over 3 years ago in reply to philrun
really appreciate that. truly.
I'm hoping to. I'm sure they will one day soon. :-)
another tongue-in-cheek parkrun blog up today if anyone in interested eastbourneparkrun.blogspot.co.uk
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