aero2k wrote: »
It seemed that all those experiences were necessary stepping stones on the way to the start line – part of the entry fee if you like, and yet those memories all seemed to float away like the errant pacer’s balloon as soon as the gun went off.
Abhainn wrote: »
aero2k excellent report and well done. In your summary account it seems we shared many of the same experiences in the race.
Did you finish with a 2:58 or 2:59?
misty floyd wrote: »
Aero2k, thank you for your race report. You mentioned hard times in the past.....
Sorry to move from the point of this thread but I had a tough time of things on Monday and have been feeling pretty low (mentally) all week. Some people around me think I'm being silly but that is how I feel. I'm taking a lot of heart from your report. Thank you very much and well fcukin done!
[shakes hand ]
aero2k wrote: »
I hope I didn't overstate the hard times in the past; compared to 99% of the world's population I've had a charmed life - nonetheless it can be tough when things don't work out as we want.
Get back into it gently, and remember that which doesn't kill us will make us stronger.
Oisin11178 wrote: »
You can pick me up off the ground now if you want. Thats just amazing. I need more details mate about your training and what your 10 mile times were. Usually 99.99% precent of guys who decide at the starting line to go for a goal fall apart.
tHE vAGGABOND wrote: »
How many times have I visited this forum, and never seen this thread until today
Shows how effective stickies are :pac:
Cork boie wrote: »
thanks marthastew ...........wasnt sure i should post my race, as the standard in other posts is fantastic but hey, for all my fellow grinders out there, never give up !!;)