We are almost at the finish line, with a week to go till Christmas Eve, and the last official work day before Christmas shut down (if you haven’t gotten away early), the OS Runners braved one last handicap in 2018.Continue reading
It’s been a while since we’ve had an ‘At the Finish Line’ interview, so before everyone forgets him entirely, here is a blast from the past with Harry Odell who’s now back in Manchester making waves in the world of machine learning and academics.
The lucky handicap weather wasn’t going to last forever, was it? This November, 18 runners braced the rain for the 5th occurrence of the new route, and together we managed an average of 23:44.
By Karen Connell
Since starting my running journey on the 2015 desk-5k course, I’ve realised that I’m far more of an endurance beast than a sprinter, and this weekend’s crazy adventure has further fuelled my growing addiction to extreme challenges (there’s worse things to be addicted to, right?).
November 2018’s 30 minute challenge, saw a slight route variation – up the path, past Tesco’s, right onto Lee Lane, then left onto Church Lane and for those who got far enough, onto the (vaguely muddy) Test Way path to Mill Lane.
Another month gone by means another handicap in the bag for all those that ran this month.