Have you been putting in those kilometres this week? I do hope so. I'm afraid my running is at a dead stop at the moment as we're full on with work in the garden. I know that sounds like a feeble excuse but we went and bought a third polytunnel which has taken an age to get sorted but now finally complete. Then we decided to build ten raised beds which is a work in progress - three almost ready to go out - which means yet more digging. Next rainy day I will get out running - even if it's just to give my arms a rest
But that's enough about me how about Kipchoge's attempt at a sub 2 hour marathon - missed by only 26 seconds. What an amazing achievement. To get under two hours means you'd have they to run each mile in an average of four minutes and 34 seconds oh la la. Big kudos, Eliud Kipchoge, you are an absolutely amazing athlete.
Sorry, for the early post but friends arriving for pizza very shortly and we've got a nice bottle of Barolo for afters - might be a long lie in Sunday morning