Well, it’s taken me three trips to the pool but I’ve finally done it: 750 metres non-stop.
A group of like-minded athletes will provide you with a supportive, competitive, fun and motivating environment which will make you want to keep turning up whatever the conditions are like outside.
I wanted to write this Blog entry today after an amazing weekend with numerous members of the RG Active Race Team achieving such great things over the last weekend, RG Active are extremely happy to be associated with the Race Team and all of it’s athletes and are very pleased to share everyone’s achievements with you all reading this Blog… as well as some Tour de France bits?
This Race Report is from Jamie, a member of the SW London/Surrey RG Active Race Team. This race is considered ‘Middle distance’ which is slightly different from what we now know as 70.3 or Half Ironman. This distance is great for anyone looking for a UK based race when training for Ironman or Half Ironman and set in a very pretty part of the country.
I hope this BLOG finds everyone well and ready to start 2010 fresh after some time off? I am assuming most of you have had some time off, because unless you have been out of the country or hibernating some where you will have been getting increasingly frustrated by the SNOW we have had across the UK.
I wanted to tell you all about a race I did yesterday in Essex called ‘The Multi Mile Half Marathon’ and before you ask, ‘yes’ it was exactly that, thirteen times around a 1 mile lap that was all off-road and included two climbs per lap!