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Happy Christmas


Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Hope Santa brings the trail shoes or compression tights or Garmin or … that you have wished for and wishing you lots of luck for (smashing) realising your (running) hopes and dreams in 2012.

I didn’t have a target running mileage in 2011 (other than running more). I log my runs in miles but last week, by chance, I looked at my total for the year in kilometres and noticed that I was at 944. No choice really other than to round it up to 1000km! So last week I ran a couple of easy 10K’s and this week after school holiday distractions and getting ready for christmas I finally got out for a good 10 mile (16k) run today meaning I’ve only got 20k to run over the next 10 days to round 2011 off at 1000 km.

I might challenge myself to make it 1000 miles in 2012 however please note I’m saying that very quietly incase circumstances intervene or I change my mind!

Author: fairweatherrunner

West London fair weather runner, British Military Fitness fan, mother of teenage sons and drinker of wine. Sometimes found on the Isle of Wight.

8 thoughts on “Happy Christmas

  1. Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year. Congratulations on the fantastic mileage (kilometre-age?), that’s quite an achievement! Well done.

  2. oooooh look at your fancypants new blog layout (sorry if you’ve had it ages I usually just read blogs on my e mail) oooohhh it’s snowing and everything. Ace.

    Thank you for entertaining me in 2011

    Have a great Christmas and new year.

  3. Looking forward a Lego laden January!

  4. You have a great one too! Wow! that’s a lot of miles! very impressed. Onwards and towards! Happy Christmas!! 🙂

  5. Merry Christmas. Great mileage, especially given your injury woes.

  6. Merry Christmas! And bloody well done on 1000k! 1000m is a very steep target although I suppose if you break it down its only 21 m a week…

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