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About thearchitect

Enterprise Architect and self-confessed techno geek.

The End…

Well that’s it, my last marathon completed today and a total of 1,016 miles covered since I decided to take this on. As you will have seen on my previous post, the intended last race was supposed to be the … Continue reading

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So close and then … disaster

Just found out this morning that my final race of the series, the Luton Marathon, has been cancelled due to the conditions making it too dangerous to run. This is a real blow having got this far but I can … Continue reading

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Almost Done…

Only 5 days to go now and my challenge should be complete with the Luton Marathon this Sunday. However, I am keeping my fingers firmly crossed that the event goes ahead in the bad weather as the 2008 event was … Continue reading

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Newcastle Town Moor Marathon

Well that’s 11 down and only one more to go!! Yesterday’s race was a bit different from all the others, not the first time I’d done a race with laps but unusual in that it was all in quite a … Continue reading

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Just a quick jog into town :-P

This weekend’s long run was supposed to be a 14 miler around one of my well-trodden loops which, as you might expect, is getting a little bit tedious now. I decided just before I went out to mix it up … Continue reading

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Progress Report

Just thought I’d share a few stats with you as I’ve been reviewing what I’ve done to date. The following is all as recorded by my Garmin Forerunner which I bought about a week after I started training for this … Continue reading

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On the home stretch.

Well, fully recovered from the Eden Project Marathon now and back on the schedule leading up to my next race, which will be the Newcastle Town Moor Marathon on the 21st of this month. The weekend long runs are just … Continue reading

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