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    NAME SB PB AG
    Curious Orange 18:36 18:36 73.92%
    Ninja Elephant 18:50 18:50 67.80%
    Big Nuts 19:00 18:40 70.26%
    Hooky 19:52 19:52 71.90%
    Penny's Harmonica 20:10 20:10 72:56%
    St Leonard's 20.15 20.00 64.77%
    Dazzer 20.22 19.57 72.42%
    GNT 20.29 20:20 79.66%
    JoePrecious 21:04 19:44 66.30%
    Simgull 21:20 20:21 69.14%
    Left Back 21:28 21:28 68.17%
    Greg Bobkin 21:44 20:54 61.83%
    Knocky 21:56 17:45 71.28%
    Soistes 21:59 21:59 73.62%
    Anchorman 22:44 21:34 68.77%
    Comp Badger 23:27 23:27 55.%
    Seaford 23:38 23:38
    m20gull 28:18 26:15 54.3%

    I have a minute spare Badger. Moved you up too.

    Who is doing the Phoenix on Wednesday? We seem to be suffering a lot of injuries. I'm looking at a 48-50 finish with a very easy 5K followed by a nearly pushing it 5k. Want to save some energy for The Brunswick afterwards.
    Thanks very much, it's appreciated!

    Changing the subject slightly, does anyone know of any good 10 mile races coming up over the next few months? I've already done a few 10k events so I'm not too fussed about doing that distance again right now and I'm signed up to a half marathon in September so I don't really want to take on another until I get through the first one. But a nice 10 mile race would be a very worthwhile addition to my calendar and ensure motivation is upheld as we head towards autumn.

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      keep us posted with your progress. The guys on here are genuinely interested in how fellow NSC runners are doing and have many years of good (and bad) experiences and tips to pass on. Decent running shoes (once you've got the bug) are a must.
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      Thanks very much, it's appreciated!

      Changing the subject slightly, does anyone know of any good 10 mile races coming up over the next few months? I've already done a few 10k events so I'm not too fussed about doing that distance again right now and I'm signed up to a half marathon in September so I don't really want to take on another until I get through the first one. But a nice 10 mile race would be a very worthwhile addition to my calendar and ensure motivation is upheld as we head towards autumn.
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      Absolutely superb race. I'll be in Kos unfortunately but I did the first one and it was excellent. Over much the same course as Brighton Half too



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      Absolutely superb race. I'll be in Kos unfortunately but I did the first one and it was excellent. Over much the same course as Brighton Half too



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      Absolutely superb race. I'll be in Kos unfortunately but I did the first one and it was excellent. Over much the same course as Brighton Half too



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      There is another one two weeks before in Lewes off road I think, which is Sunday 1st October. 2 weeks before Bright 10 so good prep for this.

      I ran a Lewes 10k in April and it was superb, I believe it takes on some of the same route.
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      But a nice 10 mile race would be a very worthwhile addition to my calendar and ensure motivation is upheld as we head towards autumn.
      How about The Great South Run? It's in Southsea/Portsmouth & you get to run through the Royal Dockyard passing HMS Victory etc. It may be the week before Bright10 though. October seems a popular month to run 10 miles!
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      It's a long list. Good luck to all on it. I'm only on 6.2 miles in 2 weeks but will do it as a training run.
      I think it's just me, @Mr Blobby and @Simgull.
      Having slept in it I'm back in. The only risk of actual damage is to my ego so I shall try to get round in 50-ish and see if it leaves me as much of a wheezing mess as Worthing did.

      In other words I want beer and peanuts.


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      Having slept in it I'm back in. The only risk of actual damage is to my ego so I shall try to get round in 50-ish and see if it leaves me as much of a wheezing mess as Worthing did.

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      Just remember don't start in front of @Mr Blobby. I'm sticking behind him as my first 5K pacer.
      Well done @dazzer6666. Great man management. A simple MTFU and he's back in.
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      I think @Ninja Elephant is running and if @Greg Bobkin fancies putting away the yoga mat and running a 10k road race (I know he loves them) then I've got a entry for him.
      You might find this hard to believe, but I think I'll have to pass

      In fairness, I can't think beyond tonight and putting the Beat The Tide demons to bed I'm nervous about it stupidly and I just want to get it over and done with. Even with ditching the yoga, the thought of running ANOTHER 10k the day after tarmac or not appeals less than wandering around Selhurst in an Albion top.

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      Having slept in it I'm back in. The only risk of actual damage is to my ego so I shall try to get round in 50-ish and see if it leaves me as much of a wheezing mess as Worthing did.

      In other words I want beer and peanuts.
      Good decision, GB. I reckon you'll be fine. If you feel you're struggling, wind it back a bit and cruise into the finish line. Good luck to the rest of the Phoenix crew, and GWS to absent NSC runners.
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      Just remember don't start in front of @Mr Blobby. I'm sticking behind him as my first 5K pacer.
      Well done @dazzer6666. Great man management. A simple MTFU and he's back in.
      I was going to stick behind @Guinness Boy and @knocky1 . It could end up like the build up to a sprint in the Tour De France with everyone holding back and circling each other! I am hoping I have more energy than I did on Sunday, fingers crossed. I have done 5 x 10k races this year and done 51.06, 51.53, 51.01, 49.59 & 51.42 so pretty consistent. Will see how I feel on the day.

      On the 10 miles races I am doing the Bright 10 (Never done that one) and the GSR which I did last year and loved it. Superb support all the way round.
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