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December 21, 2010

It was officially announced last Thursday that Eric and I will be running the Virgin London Marathon on April 17th.  London should be a very good opportunity for me to improve on my personal best with its flat course, plenty of elites and good crowd.  It’s planned that we will have pacers and hopefully I will be running with a few other guys aiming for the same pace.  The pace that Eric and I chose to run will be determined once we get into training, hopefully we’ll be focusing on the same pace but it’s too hard to tell right now what exactly that will be.  I hope that pace to be 2-3 seconds/km faster than what I ran in Toronto this fall, that would put me around the 2:10 mark.

I got a new phone the other week and I just downloaded a bunch of random photos that I took over the past year. 

I chipped and shovelled out lane one last March for a workout. 

About a month later I had my shin injury.  Getting treatment.

So I spent some time on the bike. Here’s a turtle on the side of the road.

If Elvis is still alive he pumps gas in Hamilton.

Does this guy make it 800M???

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One Comment
  1. P.R. permalink
    December 21, 2010 7:20 pm

    Let the build up to London begin!

    But before the build up gets too far along and while the slippery weather probably has you treading in the pool, I have wondered: Would you, as a cross training venture, pit yourself up against the 1994-2004 UoG/Aggies legend that was: Cajun-Bob?
    Yes, that’s right, the tattered-straw-hat marvel from Bobcaygeon. Would your pace times best Cajun Bob’s two-stepping finesse?

    Great Blog. Happy Holidays. Happy Training!

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