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    Are you the 1:20:02 in the 40-49 female category in the results, albeit with a very male sounding name? Oh well, I guess that's Brighton for you...
    Hahahahah! I just looked again and yeah thatís me.

    When I looked earlier I was thinking 31st as a category position was good.

    So, without jumping on any bandwagons, today between 9am and 10:20am I literary identified as female! It didnít feel any different but it helped my position.

    Back to male again now though.

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      55:15 10 mile record set today for Arena80 by the man they gave on loan to NSC runners 3 years back in the Knocky, Bobkin, Ninja weakest link relay team. We had an inkling he could run then. Still owes me £2.
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      55:15 10 mile record set today for Arena80 by the man they gave on loan to NSC runners 3 years back in the Knocky, Bobkin, Ninja weakest link relay team. We had an inkling he could run then. Still owes me £2.
      So does @big nuts from the next year.
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      Evening all. Well done everyone on Bright10 some great times there.

      Very happy with Budapest (Hungary) marathon today - finished in 3:57:45 officially which is only a minute or so down on my Brighton time this year- I had quite a few injuries/illness in the buildup so very happy with that.
      Fabulous course mainly along the Danube with a really nice shady stretch on the island after about 30k which was very welcome as it’s pretty warm out here - low 20s by the time we finished.
      Particularly happy with the consistency of my run as shown on Strava https://strava.app.link/1K9ILC7tPQ I died a bit on the last 3k but apart from that it’s all very even. It was mainly flat except when you had to climb up to the bridges across the river which is some 350m wide.
      Budapest is terrific city to visit and I’d highly recommend this if you fancy an overseas marathon.
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      Evening all. Well done everyone on Bright10 some great times there.

      Very happy with Budapest (Hungary) marathon today - finished in 3:57:45 officially which is only a minute or so down on my Brighton time this year- I had quite a few injuries/illness in the buildup so very happy with that.
      Fabulous course mainly along the Danube with a really nice shady stretch on the island after about 30k which was very welcome as itís pretty warm out here - low 20s by the time we finished.
      Particularly happy with the consistency of my run as shown on Strava https://strava.app.link/1K9ILC7tPQ I died a bit on the last 3k but apart from that itís all very even. It was mainly flat except when you had to climb up to the bridges across the river which is some 350m wide.
      Budapest is terrific city to visit and Iíd highly recommend this if you fancy an overseas marathon.
      Brilliant effort, well done
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      Evening all. Well done everyone on Bright10 some great times there.

      Very happy with Budapest (Hungary) marathon today - finished in 3:57:45 officially which is only a minute or so down on my Brighton time this year- I had quite a few injuries/illness in the buildup so very happy with that.
      Fabulous course mainly along the Danube with a really nice shady stretch on the island after about 30k which was very welcome as itís pretty warm out here - low 20s by the time we finished.
      Particularly happy with the consistency of my run as shown on Strava https://strava.app.link/1K9ILC7tPQ I died a bit on the last 3k but apart from that itís all very even. It was mainly flat except when you had to climb up to the bridges across the river which is some 350m wide.
      Budapest is terrific city to visit and Iíd highly recommend this if you fancy an overseas marathon.
      That's fantastic, well done. Sounds like a lovely run. And well done to the battling duos and everyone else at Bright10. It's a cracking race and I was sorry to miss it. I took myself off over the downs for 10 miles, which took me the same time as my worst Bright10, two years ago - 1hr 30!

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      Evening all. Well done everyone on Bright10 some great times there.

      Very happy with Budapest (Hungary) marathon today - finished in 3:57:45 officially which is only a minute or so down on my Brighton time this year- I had quite a few injuries/illness in the buildup so very happy with that.
      Fabulous course mainly along the Danube with a really nice shady stretch on the island after about 30k which was very welcome as itís pretty warm out here - low 20s by the time we finished.
      Particularly happy with the consistency of my run as shown on Strava https://strava.app.link/1K9ILC7tPQ I died a bit on the last 3k but apart from that itís all very even. It was mainly flat except when you had to climb up to the bridges across the river which is some 350m wide.
      Budapest is terrific city to visit and Iíd highly recommend this if you fancy an overseas marathon.
      Terrific running, well done mate. Those early Sunday group runs paid off in the end.


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      Super Sunday's changes. Good PBs for Big Nuts, GB, Johnnyrainbow. @Float Left is welcome to the table if they have extra race times. The table is not Gender specific! Mr Blobby needs to provide his PB.
      Not running and watching yesterday has made me all twitchy for the track tonight.
      NAME 5K SB 5K PB SB AG 10K 10M HM M
      Capricorn 16:57 16:57 76.11% 36:55 1:23:20 4:41:29
      Deletebeepbeep 18:05 18:05 72.9% 1:23:48 3:01:55
      Artie Fufkin 18:24 18:24 74.18% 38:42 1:21:15 3:07:58
      Big Nuts 18:37 18:37 72.25% 39:09 1:05:38 1:28:20 3:15:59
      Curious Orange 18:44 18:36 74.56% 38:31 1:24:23.9 3:29:23
      Ninja Elephant 18:46 18:23 68.92% 39:00 1:07:57 1:27:43 3:29:12
      Blue&WhiteSea 18:53 17:05 % 36:53 1:00:09 1:22:39
      HerrTubthumper 19:03 19:03 76.81% 1:36:10 3:05:34
      Mr Banana 19:28 19:28 67.04%
      CompleteBadger 19:37 19:37 66.10% 41:25 1:17:11 1:30:58 3:29:52
      St Leonard's 19:53 19.44 61.51% 1:34:35
      SeafordbySea 20:02 20:02 69.72% 46:10 1:29:21 1:37:48
      Knocky 20:32 17:45 76.79% 39:52 1:34:00 3:50:49
      P's Harmonica 20:36 20:10 71.60% 43:03 1:33:56 3:27:19
      Dazzer 21:09 19.57 70.29% 1:36 3:43:
      GNT 21:13 20:20 77.61% 40:31 1:19:12 1:31:18 4:19:55
      Left Back 21:17 21:02 67.88% 45:47 1:42:01
      Simgull 21:29 20:21 69.74% 42:45 1:11:46 1:38:14 3:44:28
      Ben Eltons Bro 21:45 21:35 62.30% 45:38 1:45:39 3:52:07
      Soistes 22:05 21:53 73.89% 46:33 1:43:57 3:51:33
      Greg Bobkin 22:25 20:54 60.45% 42: 1:13: 1:39:00 3:57:37
      RInce'sPython 22:29 22:29 57.52% 48:45 1:55:48
      Anchorman 22:51 21:34 69.00%
      Mr Blobby 23:43 23:43 61.70% 48:54 1:23:34 1:48:59 4:28:36
      Guinness Boy 23:55 22:04 59.72% 46:50 01:21:06 1:46:03 4:00:06
      Bob! 24:06 22:41 65.42% 45.39 1:16:42 1:44:21 3:53:35
      Pembury 18.58 39.08 1:33:02 3:19:
      Bad Ash 19:40 % 43:27 1:35:00 3:43:03
      JoePrecious 19:44 % 46:19 1:24:08 1:38:13 4:04:30
      Hooky 19:52 %
      m20gull 26:15 % 57:32 02:07:07 5:46:02
      Badger 39:06 1:38:48 3:06:33
      Jonny Rainbow 41:43 1:12:40 3:24:38
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      Morning all. Had a gready day Sunday, nice meeting up to renew my battle with @Guinness Boy . Weather was pretty much perfect and as others said the course was not too crowded and people pretty much running at the same pace from the start, so no weaving in and out. I decided to really go for it and aim for 80 minutes and for most of the course was running under 8 minute miles. I had a very poor mile 8 and not a brilliant 9 but pushed hard in the final mile and came in at 80.05, so a PB by 3.29. I am doing the GSR so prehaps a second opportunity to dip under 80 mins. Whilst updating the PB table I also need to amend my marathon time as did Loch Ness in 4.27.50. It was a brilliant course and my favourite of the 10 that I have done. We had a brillinat few days up in Inverness.
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      Mr Blobbys double amendment.

      NAME 5K SB 5K PB SB AG 10K 10M HM M
      Capricorn 16:57 16:57 76.11% 36:55 1:23:20 4:41:29
      Deletebeepbeep 18:05 18:05 72.9% 1:23:48 3:01:55
      Artie Fufkin 18:24 18:24 74.18% 38:42 1:21:15 3:07:58
      Big Nuts 18:37 18:37 72.25% 39:09 1:05:38 1:28:20 3:15:59
      Curious Orange 18:44 18:36 74.56% 38:31 1:24:23.9 3:29:23
      Ninja Elephant 18:46 18:23 68.92% 39:00 1:07:57 1:27:43 3:29:12
      Blue&WhiteSea 18:53 17:05 % 36:53 1:00:09 1:22:39
      HerrTubthumper 19:03 19:03 76.81% 1:36:10 3:05:34
      Mr Banana 19:28 19:28 67.04%
      CompleteBadger 19:37 19:37 66.10% 41:25 1:17:11 1:30:58 3:29:52
      St Leonard's 19:53 19.44 61.51% 1:34:35
      SeafordbySea 20:02 20:02 69.72% 46:10 1:29:21 1:37:48
      Knocky 20:32 17:45 76.79% 39:52 1:34:00 3:50:49
      P's Harmonica 20:36 20:10 71.60% 43:03 1:33:56 3:27:19
      Dazzer 21:09 19.57 70.29% 1:36 3:43:
      GNT 21:13 20:20 77.61% 40:31 1:19:12 1:31:18 4:19:55
      Left Back 21:17 21:02 67.88% 45:47 1:42:01
      Simgull 21:29 20:21 69.74% 42:45 1:11:46 1:38:14 3:44:28
      Ben Eltons Bro 21:45 21:35 62.30% 45:38 1:45:39 3:52:07
      Soistes 22:05 21:53 73.89% 46:33 1:43:57 3:51:33
      Greg Bobkin 22:25 20:54 60.45% 42: 1:13: 1:39:00 3:57:37
      RInce'sPython 22:29 22:29 57.52% 48:45 1:55:48
      Anchorman 22:51 21:34 69.00%
      Mr Blobby 23:43 23:43 61.70% 48:54 1:20:05 1:48:59 4:27:50
      Guinness Boy 23:55 22:04 59.72% 46:50 01:21:06 1:46:03 4:00:06
      Bob! 24:06 22:41 65.42% 45.39 1:16:42 1:44:21 3:53:35
      Pembury 18.58 39.08 1:33:02 3:19:
      Bad Ash 19:40 % 43:27 1:35:00 3:43:03
      JoePrecious 19:44 % 46:19 1:24:08 1:38:13 4:04:30
      Hooky 19:52 %
      m20gull 26:15 % 57:32 02:07:07 5:46:02
      Badger 39:06 1:38:48 3:06:33
      Jonny Rainbow 41:43 1:12:40 3:24:38

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