And the day dawned cold and windy - but very quickly became hot and sunny.
As good a day as any to run a marathon.
Yesterday's chip time actually 4.36, today came in at 4.48 - another sub 5 which amazed me as I didn't think I'd run any sub 5's.
Very stiff and tight right leg to start with, but got going quite freely if a little fast until about 17 when the wheels came of for both me and Jim - the other old git. So hobbled, walked and staggered the last 9. Feel okay now and massage after tea should do the trick. No injuries as such - just a bit of cramp and tightness but I'll get rid of that if not before then in the first few miles tomorrow.
Adam led the day again with 3.13, and Anna broke the women's course record with a 3.49. Phil got through with no more tendonitis problems and everyone else did very similar to yesterday. Ray managed to get lost yesterday - and he's done the 10 in 10 before!! Ray comes from Ireland.