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    You need to get a new agent.........hope you haven’t paid him.
    The poor ******* starved to death!

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      Just updated with my SB as I don't think there is anything else to add. Thought about putting @Badger's old 10k time back for a laugh... but then thought better of it!

      NAME 5K SB 5K PB SB AG 10K 10M HM M
      Artie Fufkin 16:55 16:55 81.3% 35:47 1:17:00 2:44:37
      Badger 18:05 18:05 72.88% 38:04 1:22:57 2:56:33
      Big Nuts 18:28 18:28 73.38% 38:35 1:05:38 1:27:42 3:15:59
      Ninja Elephant 19:28 18:23 66.67% 39:00 1:07:57 1:27:43 3:10:49
      Curious Orange 19:34 18:36 71.89% 37:59 1:24:23.9 3:29:23
      St Leonard's 19.46 19.44 % 1:34:35
      P's Harmonica 20:31 20:10 72.46% 43:03 1:33:56 3:27:19
      Dazzer 20:35 19.57 72.79% 1:36 3:43:
      Bad Ash 20:45 19:40 64.82% 43:27 1:35:00 3:43:03
      jimmygull 20:50 20:50 49:19 4:04:32
      Knocky 20:54 17:45 76.08% 39:52 1:34:00 3:50:49
      Ben Eltons Bro 21:12 21:12 64.39% 44:48 1:39:26 3:33:28
      Simgull 21:25 20:21 70.58% 42:45 1:11:46 1:38:14 3:44:28
      CompleteBadger 21:31 19:37 60.26% 41:25 1:17:11 1:30:58 3:29:52
      GNT 21:34 20:20 77.09% 40:31 1:19:12 1:31:18 4:19:55
      Soistes 21:51 21:51 75.36% 46:14 1:43:12 3:51:33
      lostinlondon 22:00 22:00 61:14% 44.13
      Greg Bobkin 22:15 20:54 61.8% 42: 1:13: 1:39:00 3:57:37
      Anchorman 22:31 21:34 70.61% 46.25 1:41:38 3:55:00
      Guinness Boy 22:37 22:04 63.67% 46:50 01:21:06 1:49:06 4:00:06
      Mr Blobby 23:17 23:17 63.35% 48:54 1:20:05 1:47:44 4:13:22
      Bob! 23:57 22:41 66.95% 45.39 1:16:42 1:44:21 3:53:35
      HerrTubthumper 24:09 19:03 1:36:10 3:05:34
      Notters 25:44 25:44 51.23%
      Capricorn 16:57 36:55 1:23:20 3:21:11
      Deletebeepbeep 18:05 1:23:48 3:01:55
      Blue&WhiteSea 17:05 36:53 1:00:09 1:22:39
      Mr Banana 19:28
      SeafordbySea 20:02 46:10 1:29:21 1:37:48
      Left Back 21:02 45:47 1:42:01
      RInce'sPython 22:29 48:45 1:55:48
      Pembury 18.58 39.08 1:33:02 3:19:
      JoePrecious 19:44 46:19 1:24:08 1:38:13 4:04:30
      m20gull 26:15 57:32 02:07:07 5:46:02
      Nathan 46:58 1:47:20 4:15:15
      Jonny Rainbow 41:43 1:12:40 3:24:38
      Shippers 1:43:42
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      Thanks @Curious Orange. When I'm not stressed at the moment I'm drunk watching cricket.
      @Rohan Ince's Python will need to post his 5K time again. I'm afraid I've lost it in the wealth of posts on NSC Official Running Thread.
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      Hopefully in the final throes of the South American gut issue I picked up that's screwed my schedule a bit for a further couple of weeks (after 2 week holiday and 2 week business travel) but have at least just hit the 1,000 mile mark for the year.................lot of work to do now though to get fit for the next big effort in September. Might have a pop at parkrun on Saturday to see where I am - won't be good.
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      Well what can I say. I completed the RTTS 100k Ultra Marathon this weekend. Its hard to sum up the emotions that you go through during this type of event. Its is definitely the hardest thing I have ever done, I have copied my Facebook post 24 hours after I finished as it reflects how I was feeling.

      "Now had 24 hours to reflect on the RTTS ultra. What an amazing event, the marshalls and pitstop crews were all amazing. The fellow runners so supportive and encouraging. The people I ran with inspired me to keep going when the going really did get tough. The last 12k after leaving the final pitstop are a blur of emotions. How long did it take from 88k to 89k, it felt like 10 miles not 1k, then the high of hitting the 96k marker when I was expecting 95k. The delight of then arriving at the Avebury stones, then to the emotion of the finish line. It's the hardest, toughest thing I have taken on. I only got through to the end thanks to Tiffany Spicer, Bruce Mehew and Ian Spicer who made me believe I could do it, they were right, I DID IT, I ran, walked, crawled 100k. I have never felt so exhausted as I did when I got over that line, but now I look back with a massive smile. It was brutal but I loved it. ♥♥"

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      Well what can I say. I completed the RTTS 100k Ultra Marathon this weekend. Its hard to sum up the emotions that you go through during this type of event. Its is definitely the hardest thing I have ever done, I have copied my Facebook post 24 hours after I finished as it reflects how I was feeling.

      "Now had 24 hours to reflect on the RTTS ultra. What an amazing event, the marshalls and pitstop crews were all amazing. The fellow runners so supportive and encouraging. The people I ran with inspired me to keep going when the going really did get tough. The last 12k after leaving the final pitstop are a blur of emotions. How long did it take from 88k to 89k, it felt like 10 miles not 1k, then the high of hitting the 96k marker when I was expecting 95k. The delight of then arriving at the Avebury stones, then to the emotion of the finish line. It's the hardest, toughest thing I have taken on. I only got through to the end thanks to Tiffany Spicer, Bruce Mehew and Ian Spicer who made me believe I could do it, they were right, I DID IT, I ran, walked, crawled 100k. I have never felt so exhausted as I did when I got over that line, but now I look back with a massive smile. It was brutal but I loved it. ♥♥"

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      Great work.....so what's next ??
      "Prejudice is a great time saver. You can form opinions without having to get the facts"
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      Well what can I say. I completed the RTTS 100k Ultra Marathon this weekend. Its hard to sum up the emotions that you go through during this type of event. Its is definitely the hardest thing I have ever done, I have copied my Facebook post 24 hours after I finished as it reflects how I was feeling.

      "Now had 24 hours to reflect on the RTTS ultra. What an amazing event, the marshalls and pitstop crews were all amazing. The fellow runners so supportive and encouraging. The people I ran with inspired me to keep going when the going really did get tough. The last 12k after leaving the final pitstop are a blur of emotions. How long did it take from 88k to 89k, it felt like 10 miles not 1k, then the high of hitting the 96k marker when I was expecting 95k. The delight of then arriving at the Avebury stones, then to the emotion of the finish line. It's the hardest, toughest thing I have taken on. I only got through to the end thanks to Tiffany Spicer, Bruce Mehew and Ian Spicer who made me believe I could do it, they were right, I DID IT, I ran, walked, crawled 100k. I have never felt so exhausted as I did when I got over that line, but now I look back with a massive smile. It was brutal but I loved it. ♥♥"

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      Absolutely incredible achievement mate. So proud of you. Quite a birthday present eh?

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      Great work.....so what's next ??
      Hopefully still Beachy Head with me in October. I'll need a proper trail veteran to stop me getting lost
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      Absolutely incredible achievement mate. So proud of you. Quite a birthday present eh?



      Hopefully still Beachy Head with me in October. I'll need a proper trail veteran to stop me calling into pubs and hanging around at Jevington eating sausage rolls
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      The Jevington sausage rolls are why I'm doing it.

      Another amazing achievement for @Mr Blobby!
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      Looking forward to it. Could be start of a career on TV.

      I’m still waiting after appearing on South Today in 1970 dressed as a green space monster on a bouncing bunny behind my Dad’s Company Star Trek float in the Eastbourne Carnival.
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      I'll have you all know I was on the "Brighton Marathon" report on whatever Meridian Tonight is these days. 8000 competitors and they choose to show a bald bloke with silly glasses, rock tape in the wrong place and his own drink

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      Another local news whore here! I was interviewed for BBC South East when I did my triathlon-marathon a few years back. Filmed swimming in King Alfred and cycling and running along the prom. Was also meant to be on the Channel 4 programme covering Brighton Marathon (they got me swimming in the sea at Brighton one morning and I was interviewed while running on the day by Jenni Falconer and Iwan Thomas), but they cut me out at the last minute

      Anyway, to less showbiz appearances, had a lovely 10-miler into Lancing and back along the front around the Beach this morning. Longest midweek run for ages!

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