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Graduation badges for half marathon and marathon 2017

Hi everyone!!

Please reply to this post if you have completed a half marathon or marathon and would like a badge.

I work full time so if you don't get it in a couple of days, don't panic, I will get to it by the weekend!!

I'm so excited at the number of followers here now and do please PM me if you have any ideas for our community,

Happy running

Juju

Xxx

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First marathon in belfast earlier this month!

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A couple of half marathons too - 2 so far but 5 by the end of the year probably.

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Hooray, well done and here is your badge 😎

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Completed the Roberttown runners HM in February

Forgot to request a badge in my excitement

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Woo hoo that's fantastic well done 😎

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I did the Liverpool Half on Sunday. May I have a badge please? :-)

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Brilliant well done 😎

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Half marathon done! (Southend) can I have a badge please?

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yay well done.... and there you go :)

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Hi,

I completed my first half marathon yesterday.

I have done a post but not sure if need to let you know in this link

Thanks

Sharon

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I did a lot of HMs & marathons from 1998-2008, aged 47-57 ... I stopped running in 2008 with a hip niggle that kept bothering me ... in Oct 2012 I had a total hip replacement but didn't think i would run anymore, I was just happy to walk pain free! & get back on my bike ...

so I'm so proud of the HMs & marathons I've now done in the last two years, since I joined family for a walk-shuffle at my first parkrun in July 2015 & then gradually came back to slow running, very cautiously!

1st HM post-op: Falmouth, March 2016 ... then Indian Queens, Aug-16, Truro & Ealing, both Sep-16 & Eden project Oct-16.

HMs in 2017: Falmouth, Indian Queens, Truro & the toughest yet across Dartmoor - The Great Escape, 3 weeks ago at the end of August.

My first full marathon post-op was The Cornish last Nov 2016, in 5:46, still amazed I can do a marathon with a new hip! I always do some walking in every event i do!

In 2017 I have done 2 more marathons - Connemara, in April (same day as London) & Edinburgh in May, which was the hardest ever, as too hot to run in the 2nd half! I will be doing the Cornish marathon again (hopefully) in 2 months!

"Never give up" (except for injury)

Lize, FV67 😊

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