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Hi everyone. Im a new member and this is my first post. Im 32 and have been running for 7 years but only seriously for 1 year. Last year I ran my first marathon in november. It was the Luton marathon and I completed it in 4:32 which I was pleased with. I ran it to raise money for a little 2 year old girl who has a rare cancer called Neuroblastoma. They need 300k to fund treatment in New York and I managed to raise over £1000. I enjoyed the experience of training and running a marathon plus raising money that i have decided to go for a crazy plan of 3 marathons in 3 months. I have met the little girl (Lilly) and after meeting her I decided I wanted to go the extra mile for her. I have entered the Liverpool marathon in october and I am looking at entering one in september and to run Luton again in november. I am very fit now due to my training and my job also keeps me fit as I work outdoors in a supermarket car park pushing trollies part time. My question to you all is do you think what I have planned is possible or am I biting off more than I can chew? Do you have any advice about what to do between the marathons? Any advice would be a help. Thanks.
over 2 years ago
Posted over 2 years ago
Good luck. Fair play to you.
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