Showing posts from June, 2011

R2R - Briefest roundup yet

The eagle-eyed amongst you will have noticed that we're clear of Libya, and now over Chad, so well done everyone on getting us this far - a total of 2700 miles so far, with 'just' 1545 to go. I can't claim much of the credit, as I haven't done much mileage in the last couple of weeks. Last week-end I was in the Lakes, doing plenty of walking, but no running, and this weekend just gone, I was working, so again, no running. Thanks again - your support is much appreciated. If you're still thinking about joining us, do it here , do it now!

R2R - Almost clear of Libya

It's been a couple of weeks since my last update, so just a quick one - we're now well past half way, and well on the way to getting clear of Libya! We've done at least 2375 miles, and have less than 1870 to go to our final destination. Alternatively, over 250 miles beyond the half-way point, and about 150 miles short of Chad. Well done to anyone racing over the last couple of weeks. I know Rebecca has done a half-marathon, and Sheri got a 5k PB in Aberdeen, so well done to you, and anyone else who has raced recently. And good luck to anyone racing in the near future, or planning a mammoth training run - your miles will come in handy!. As always, good running, thanks for your miles, and thanks for your support. If you haven't yet joined us, but you'd like to donate your miles to help us reach our destination, click here - the more the merrier!