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  #151  
Old 17th Apr 17, 02:20 PM
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Real Name: Claire   Gender: Female  
 
2014: 2,304.00 miles
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 773.45 miles, 115 hrs 7 mins
30.09 miles for me this week.

732.61 miles year to date.
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  #152  
Old 18th Apr 17, 05:41 AM
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Real Name: Gary   Age: 44   Gender: Male  
Location: Manchester
 
50.7 miles for the week.
672.7 miles for the year.
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  #153  
Old 18th Apr 17, 09:00 AM
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Real Name: Ian   Gender: Male  
Location: Cheshire
 
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
A lousy 4.3 miles last week, minor op means I'll be out for week or two while I recover.
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  #154  
Old 18th Apr 17, 05:53 PM
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Real Name: Michael   Age: 29   Gender: Male  
Location: Edinburgh
 
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
42.82 for me last week, 732.52 YTD
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Old 19th Apr 17, 09:10 PM
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Real Name: Claire   Gender: Female  
 
2014: 2,304.00 miles
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 773.45 miles, 115 hrs 7 mins
This week's chart:

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Old 23rd Apr 17, 10:18 AM
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Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
 
Hope today goes well Claire!

This week was 39.15 miles, YTD is 936.95
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Old 24th Apr 17, 06:04 AM
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Real Name: Gary   Age: 44   Gender: Male  
Location: Manchester
 
46.4 miles for the week.
706.0 miles for the year.
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  #158  
Old 24th Apr 17, 09:36 AM
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Age: 59   Gender: Male  
Location: Halden, Norway
 
Hi all, I've been away but my total mileage is now 454 miles.

I've been away at the Boston marathon. Because of my ongoing injuries I supported my mrs rather than ran. I've been doing about 2 km per day and the back is gradually getting better but the probable patellar tendinosis needs treatment, doc tomorrow to discuss results of MRI.

I'll keep reporting my stats but I don't know when I'll be able to make a proper comeback. Maybe you all appreciate someone taking last position
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Old 25th Apr 17, 02:24 PM
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Real Name: Steven   Age: 34   Gender: Male  
Location: Paisley
 
2014: 1,799.00 miles
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
First "poor" week of the year.
Developed a cold on the Monday so Tuesday's speed session was a struggle.
Then on Thursday morning my back seized into a mega sharp pain writing off practically the rest of the week. 15.2 miles in total.

Back out today for an easy 5 but cold still prevalent and back a wee bit tight.

Still ahead of schedule but cushion dented a bit. Hopefully back to some 40 mile weeks again soon.

656.42 YTD.
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Old 25th Apr 17, 03:07 PM
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Real Name: Ian   Gender: Male  
Location: Cheshire
 
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Only 4.8 last week.

First run post op, went ok, hoping to up the anti this week.
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Old 25th Apr 17, 05:12 PM
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Real Name: Michael   Age: 29   Gender: Male  
Location: Edinburgh
 
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
41.78 miles last week, 774.30 YTD

This thread is great motivation, normally I'm dropping off the mileage by this time of year....!
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  #162  
Old 26th Apr 17, 08:12 PM
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Real Name: Claire   Gender: Female  
 
2014: 2,304.00 miles
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 773.45 miles, 115 hrs 7 mins
45.83 miles last week, 778.44 miles year to date.

Will be a low mileage week as I am taking a few days off after the marathon.
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Old 26th Apr 17, 08:18 PM
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Real Name: Claire   Gender: Female  
 
2014: 2,304.00 miles
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 773.45 miles, 115 hrs 7 mins
This week's chart:

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Old 26th Apr 17, 08:19 PM
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Real Name: Steven   Age: 34   Gender: Male  
Location: Paisley
 
2014: 1,799.00 miles
Week: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
Year: 0.00 miles, 0 hrs 0 mins
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41.78 miles last week, 774.30 YTD

This thread is great motivation, normally I'm dropping off the mileage by this time of year....!
I feel the same, it's giving me a real focus which I didn't have last year.

Consistently trying to maintain a certain level each week to stay ahead of the target.
Means when you have rubbish weeks (like last week) you can be confident that you are either still ahead or know what it takes to get back on track.
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Old 27th Apr 17, 03:09 PM
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Location: Halden, Norway
 
Well I had my knee MRI results with the GP. He basically immediately referred me to an orthopedic specialist. Apparently since last July I have run round Mont Blanc, trained for Boston and in general have been training with a cracked kneecap. Most likely I won't need a knee operation but we shall see.

Here are the details, translated without the benefit of a Norwegian dictionary or a medical qualification from the results from the MRI centre:

"No significant acumulation of fluid. Generally noticeable edema pointing to a bone contusion in the patella with suspected fracture line in the lower third distal part of the patella, without dislocation. Insufficiency fracture? High signal and height reduction in the patellar joint cartilage pointing to chondromalacia. Noticeable edema in Hoffa’s fat pad in the connection to the lower part of the patella.

"The joint cartilage is preserved in the medial and lateral compartment. In the rear horn of the medial meniscus one sees a probably degeneratively-caused rupture that goes down towards the lower meniscus surface. Normal appearance of the lateral meniscus. The front and back cruciates have normal appearance without sign of rupture. No pathology in the collateral ligament. In the upper part of the patellar tendon there is a raised signal and thickening, indicating expressed tendinosis/tendinitis changes. No sign of rupture of the tendon. No significant pathology of the visible parts of the quadriceps tendon. No indication of Baker’s cyst.

"Result: clear bone contusion in the patella with a suspected through-fracture distally. Insufficiency fracture? Chondromalacia in the patellar cartilage. Tendinosic changes proximally in the patellar ligament. Probably a degenerative rupture in the medial meniscus’ rear horn."

Rather than clog up this thread, I can start a new topic if anyone wants to exchange information about this rather infrequent form of stress fracture.
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