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Bury St Edmunds Cullum Rd/Ramada Hotel/Newmarket Rd Circular Run

In Uncategorized on July 27, 2006 at 7:35 pm

5.40pm 5.4 miles in 40 minutes 47 seconds

Week to date mileage 13

Month to date mileage 122

Average weekly rate 31.6

AverageMonthly rate 137

Year to Date 938

Life time 8716

As I set out the recent heatwave appeared ready to break and I was in two minds as to whether to run. For the first half of the course the wind picked up and leaves and dust were picked and blown up. It was very squally I got dust in my eyes and down my fruit but there was no sign of rain. It was feeling very humid and in need of rain.

However as I turned for home near Sainsburys I started to see lightning forking through the sky and an impressive sight it was. Rumbles of thunder suddenly became much loader and I appeared to be running into a storm . I still half belived I might get all the way around with out any rain but this suddenly changed when I reached Eastgate and the Fox Inn.

The rain simply belted down and in seconds I was soaked through. I could hardly see, as the rain beated down and the roads became rivers and my feet simply squelched through puddles. The pavements were clear and all mine as I ran home soaked through but feeling good after my free shower.

I guess with the thought of lightning in my mind I ran fairly quickly and registered a good time

My recent times over this course have been :

13 Jul 41.11
6 Jun 41.33
18 May 41.18
7 Apr 40.30
7 Mar 41.31
3 Mar 41.34
21 Feb 41.35
27 Jan 41.56
13 Jan 41.30
2 Jan 42.42
23 Dec 43.34
9 Dec 42.0
6 Dec 42.04
29 Nov 42.17

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