I can't say that was easy, but W5R3 is under my belt! Good job I'm stubborn, it was hard work. After plodding along for ages I'd decided Laura was waiting til 10 minutes to let me know how much I'd done - and then she told me I'd run for 5 minutes! Approaching 10 minutes and my legs ached (I've mastered the pace so I don't get completely out of breath like I did for the first couple of weeks). I don't think it helped that the first part of the route was uphill (I know Norfolk is supposed to be flat, but it's not if you're running/cycling there!). Then I turned for home and that gave me the push I needed to keep going. I wasn't exactly elated when I finished, just curious as to whether my legs would actually carry me on the 5 minute walk home. But now I'm back, changed and fed I have to admit to feeling pretty pleased!