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On 04/10/2019 at 11:46 AM, Bored@work said:

Did a 50km ride this morning to tick over 11,000km for the year on the bike.

Very impressive

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Just played three games of golf with my son over the long weekend. A Father’s Day present for both of us. A great time and three quality days together  

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On a work road trip with my son. While he visited a business, I had a 2.7 km swim. Had the whole pool to myself. I wonder why. It was the outside pool in Cooma. 3C air temp. Luckily the water was a bit warmer. teeing off for golf in about  45 minutes- Merimbula. 
 

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27 minutes ago, roxii said:

2 laps of the hallway on crutches. 

So now you know you can do that. Tomorrow morning will be a breeze.

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1 hour ago, roxii said:

Yeah but I needed a little lie down after

If it's not on Strava...

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Rode 86k today.  Couldn't be arsed riding a few more k's to make 90.  Fastest ride in years. 

Feeling good.  Weird. 
Bring on Geelong 70.3

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Nothing planned today, apart from  some house DIY and servicing a friend's bike.  I have a 10km tomorrow at Newbury race course and a work mate wants me to pace him to a 44.29 PB, which at the start of the season would have been very cruisy.

Tomorrow, after last week's ultra, not so much.  Plus he has some Next% and I , err, don't.... :lol:

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10km Newbury race in the horizontal rain and a very slippery horse race course. My mate faded badly, I went on to muster a 44.33 but it was very hard work. :blowup:

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12 hours ago, FatPom said:

10km Newbury race in the horizontal rain and a very slippery horse race course. My mate faded badly, I went on to muster a 44.33 but it was very hard work. :blowup:

Didya fall over?

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4 hours ago, Surfer said:

Didya fall over?

Managed to stay up right upright. I think it was the course and knowing what they do to fallen horses! :wacko:

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4 hours ago, FatPom said:

Managed to stay up right upright. I think it was the course and knowing what they do to fallen horses! :wacko:

Well done! Youve always got to find the positive 😊

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4 hours ago, FatPom said:

Managed to stay up right upright. I think it was the course and knowing what they do to fallen horses! :wacko:

Gives a whole new meaning to “the legs going to jelly”

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Results are in. I came 31/380 overall.   The winner 'only' went 35.30, so it seems like a slow day all round.

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31 minutes ago, FatPom said:

Ran 5km to Jnr Parkrun then jogged around with Flipper.  She went 12:23, a PB 👍

How far is junior parkrun? 

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21 minutes ago, FatPom said:

2km. 

That sounds about my caper! 🤣

But I'd still be last 🙄

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1 minute ago, Turts said:

That sounds about my caper! 🤣

But I'd still be last 🙄

I'm sure you wouldn't.  She got away from me with her last 50mtrs, I fear it won't be long before the baton gets passed on. :surrender:

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6 km run, straight onto 2 hr bike indoors at 70.3 pace, then was meant to be another 8 km run straight off the bike but said f..k it,

and did the run late this arvo. 

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First run in. A couple of weeks after ankle strain. Went slow with minimal discomfort. 
legs sore and tired now 

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1 hour ago, rory-dognz said:

First run in. A couple of weeks after ankle strain. Went slow with minimal discomfort. 
legs sore and tired now 

Take it nice and steady mate. 

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Did a 4 hour wind trainer session yesterday.

Legs are heavy this morning, so a nice gentle walk to recover

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More rehab and hydrotherapy today.

Todays hydrotherapy topic of discussion was “scones” and should lemonade be added to the batter for a better scone. 
The positive of being the youngest in rehab by abut twenty years is all the old ducks fighting over who will make the poor young fella on crutches a cup of tea.

Haven't bern called ; love, pet, sweetie, darl etc this much in my life. 

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