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New PB: 39:21
Old PB: 40:08
Event: Croydon 10k
Date: 24/04/2005

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Felt good, could have actually knocked a bit more off at the end if I had checked my watch.
 

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New PB: 43:44
Old PB: 45:58
Event: First Chance 10k, Exeter
Date: 08/01/2006

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I only got this coz I was somehow convinced that my PB was 42:58, and that was what I was trying to beat... felt gutted at the finish...until someone told me that I had actually beat my PB by over 2 minutes! Just goes to show how powerful the mind is over the body.
 

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New PB: 34:49
Old PB: 35:29
Event: Linlithgow 10k
Date: 24/09/2006

Comments: Torrential rain made this hilly course slippy in places, so I was surprised to PB. Well organised race, hats off to the marshalls standing around in that for over an hour.
 

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I'm not Dan, doing the Aviemore Half on the 15th. First time it has been held and it has been full since July. Very popular as the course skirts round the cairngorms.
You doing the GNR? What you been up to recently? I will be watching it on the telly.
 

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New PB: 63:31
Event: Nike 10k
Date: 08/10/06

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Feel a bit sheepish putting my PB up against all your times! :embarrassed:
But hey, its still a PB for me!
 

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New PB: 53:49

Event: Southend 10k Classic

Date: 08/10/06

Comments: My first, but hopefully not my last.
 

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Good running Dan, what you been doing in training recently to knock a big chunk of your previous PB?
 

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Good running Dan, what you been doing in training recently to knock a big chunk of your previous PB?
A few things I think. Firstly I've been logging all my training in the training blog which has meant I can keep to mileage targets every week. I've been trying to step it up to 40 mpw. Secondly, we have a good training group at my club these days with a few people faster than I am which means I get pushed in every session.

Also, I always run better in winter because the cooler weather suits me.
 

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Just found out I have a "new" PB!!!

A race I thought was 9.8km is actually well measured at 10km!!!
Happy me :p because the last PB dated from last century :d Also because it was achieved on my favourite road race.

New PB: 34'02''
Date: 25.04.2005
Location: Corrida da Liberdade - Lisbon

Old PB: 34'21'' in 1998 - Hereford 10K - England
 

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I'm doing my first 10K on 12 May in Ivybridge. Hoping to finish in around 60 mins - there is a steep hill but otherwise I think its mostly flat.
 

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I clocked a new PB a couple of weeks ago...

New PB: 42:19
Old PB: 43:44
Event: Easter Bunny 10k in Yeovil, Somerset
Date: 09/04/07


and I finished 4th LV35 :)

dare I think that my injury has finally healed....
 
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