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Carpe Diem!   on 29/10/17 @ 9:44 said:

Glad it went well Matt

JW   on 30/10/17 @ 14:00 said:

What a great day.
Matt stormed in with a time of 4.15, great going. I managed 5.30 and not sure how Nigel fared?
The stars of the day were Ingrid and Liz, thanks guys, fantastic support.
See you all next year. Training starts next week.

Peregrina   on 14/11/17 @ 23:21 said:

Hey guys, I've only just seen this blog. Well done you two, Matt and John. And don't worry about Nigel. As planned I waited for him at Exceat and walked the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head with him. It was more enjoyable walking those 8 miles than the full 26, I can assure you.

M1960   on 15/11/17 @ 17:55 said:

Yes, well done. M3: You have the right build for a runner, and it is obvious from the way you cruised round the Three Peaks that you are fit. If you try running you might find that you are very good at it.

JW   on 17/11/17 @ 22:04 said:

I never tire of that last 8 miles Ingrid, as good a walk as you could wish to do. Can I book you again for next year?
M3, why not join us next year, it's a stunning route.
Thanks Mark......isn't it about time you did it again yourself?

M1960   on 17/11/17 @ 23:09 said:

The temptation to run would be too great John! I had partial knee replacements (medial resurfacing) in 2014 and the surgeon strongly advised me against running on them . I haven't done it since the 1980s (when it was called the Seven Sisters Marathon).

M1960   on 17/11/17 @ 23:25 said:

Are you aware of this link, which gives some history of the event? http://www.robin-web.co.uk/beachyhead/History.html

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