Lost my 'Graduate' status. Is that permanent?

I graduated last year and was SO proud of my sparkly shiny 'badge'

I've been off the radar for a year due to injury but I was very dissapointed when I logged on yesterday and can't see my badge any more. I am trying to set myself up for a workaround to get back into the running - which is the best thing since sliced bread. Please can I have my 'graduate ' badge back?

:) :) :)


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  • Hello Beek and welcome back! I remember you and how you hurt yourself when falling off your bike. It's great to see you here again and obviously raring to go! And you've got your badge back!

  • YAY! Weigh hay and all that! That is a huge incentive to get back to where I was!

    Thank you!

    :) :) :)

  • Hi Beek, welcome back!

  • Thank you catchmeifucan! Really glad to have come back! This session on HU is really helping me to get my MOJO back!

  • Its good to see you back Beek !

    Welcome Home :-) xxx

  • Beek!!! So good to see you again. Looking forward to reading your posts as you get back into running again :)

  • So good to see you back, and your badge too ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Hi Beek,

    So nice to see you back on here, hope you've been well, how is your leg now hope it's all healed and better now so you can slowly get back in to running, and your graduation badge is still there :)

    Take care,

    Siobhan x

  • Hi Beek, good to see you again. Hope all goes well as you ease yourself back into the running.

    Gently does it x

  • My goodness, what a wonderful welcome back!

    I am so pleased that I decided to get back into HU and your comments will certainly keep me on the 'straight and narrow'! When I drive around my small town I'm always on one or other of my previous running routes and see new runners pootling along and must admit to feeling a tad jealous of them all! (A lot jealous really!)

    I have now planned my rescue plan which will include one session of aqua aerobics (there's only the one session that will fit in with home/OH car schedule) and then 2 sessions looking a twit doing running/power walking in the pool!

    I will do the 'Fast Exercise' on my static bike on my 5:2 fast days and hopefully that will give me a great boost on the weight front! Strength and Flexibility will probably get a look in too.

    As I said earlier - I LOVED the wellbeing feelings I used to have and I'm really chomping at the bit to get going again!

    Thank you all for your kind sentiments - I was delighted to hear from everyone!

    I hope you are all fit and well and keeping off the injury couch.

    Take care out there - and be cautious introducing inclines!

    :) :) :) :)

  • Welcome back- and good luck with the plan.

  • Hello Beek! Welcome back! I see you got your Graduate status restored, as I suspected you would. You earned it after all

    Sorry to hear about your injury but you're back now and hopefully raring to go.

    I was injured most of this year too. It happens but we get back into it as soon as we're able.

    Good luck with your return to full fitness.

  • Welcome back. I have no idea what happens with the badges sometimes they just go on holiday and then they are back again. it's nothing that I do. Hope your mojo is back and we see a lot more of you.

  • Welcome home xxx

  • Several people used the phrase you did and it's such a warm feeling - thank you!

  • Welcome back!

  • Thankyou davelinks :)

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