W9 R2

Almost there! not my usual run today as I was in Manchester and warm up walking distance from the "Trans Pennine way" . I am used to running on tarmac  and this was a mixture of gravel and mud and more elevation changes. I enjoyed the run so much I extended it to 4.5k, not woried about the time I just wanted to see how close I could get to the magic 5k, and the time 40:01, slower than normal but what the heck! Graduation on Monday on the same course.      


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10 Replies

  • Brilliant :) 

    I'm in awe of people who have changed their location and courses over the programme. How great that you literally just 'take it in your stride'. 

    Well done, looking forward to hearing about the next run and seeing how dapper you look with your graduation badge :)

  • Fantastic Patrick you have breezed this.. you have sped past with flying colours!! Good luck with your graduation run.. waiting to cheer you over the finish line on Monday :)

  • Well done , varying routes and running surfaces is a great way to  go, graduation? No problem , look forward to seeing your grad post 

  • Forget about the 5K...you are doing wonderfully.I can just see you on that Trans- Pennine Way..

    Slow steady and so nearly there. Brilliant! :)

  • Yay, another convert to the delights of off road?

  • Well done Patrick. Just one to go now and you'll be joining the runners at park run. Fantastic :)

  • Getting there Patrick

  • Welcome to Manchester Patrick !

    Hope you enjoy your stay :-) xxx

  • Thanks Popypug, we have an Apartment in Manchester where we only spend the winter as we also have a holiday home in North Wales. The running is more pleasent by the sea and mountains.

  • Yes I can imagine its a lot more pleasurable , oh I wish Manchester had a beach ! :-) xxx

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