As the end of February approached, I reflected on the first few weeks of 2018 against the intimidating prospect of tackling London – my first marathon since 2015. I’d exorcised the demons of Dewsbury, posting my first ever official sub-39 minute 10k; I’d taken 3 minutes off my Ferriby 10mile time, and according to Strava, I’d PB’d over 2 miles and 5km in training, and 10km, 15km, and 10 miles in races. Training had been going pretty well – I’d been able to up my mileage without any signs of injury, and to top it off, I’d managed to stick with the Suicide Squad for an entire two miles one night. So, it was with some confidence, and a spring in my stride, that I approached my next test in my road to marathon adequacy.
Week 9: How has it go to week 9 already……Anyway March is a really key month in my training as the East Hull 20 takes place on the 18th March, whilst my weekly mileage is relatively low compared to others I feel my general fitness, engine, grit & a strong mental attitude gets me through.
THE RACE IN NOW ON FOR SUNDAY 25th March
All times and details are the same , such as collect number on the day, 10am start etc.
We have reopened the edit detail on the entry system to allow those runners who cannot make the new date. They can transfer there entry to another runner if possible, this closes on Thursday 22nd March. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday.
And apologies to those who cannot make it, but safety had to come first.