Races and PBs

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Official current personal bests:

1 mile: 6:12

5K: 20:06

5 miles: 33:43

10K: 42:50

10 miles: 1:15:13

Half marathon: 1:34:30

Marathon: 3:24:06

 

Race Recaps:

2017:

Stubbington 10k (46:26)

Tokyo Marathon (3:41:02)

Brighton 10k (45:27)

2016:

Cardiff Half Marathon (1:42:55; part of an 18 mile training run)

Weymouth Half Marathon (1:36:35; 9th female)

Heartbreaker Half Marathon (1:44:37; part of an 18 mile training run)

Boston Marathon (3:38:46)

Alton 10 miles (1:20:20; HOT)

Reigate Half Marathon (1:37:45)

Chester Marathon (3:28:22; 13th in age cat., 34th female)

2015:

Southampton Half Marathon (1:54:58; part of an 18.5 mile training run)

Hackney Half Marathon (1:34:30)

Netley 10k (47:41; part of an 18.5 mile training run)

5 Mile Beer Race (33:43; first female)

Liverpool Rock and Roll Marathon (3:24:06; 17th female; 2 in age category)

Lordshill 10k (42:50; 7th female)

Stansted Slog Half Marathon (1:44:20; 2nd female)

Bath Two Tunnels Half Marathon (1:56:11; pacing)

Cheddar Gorge Marathon (4:40:12 but started 10 minutes late and not chip-timed; 3rd female; very hilly)

Bournemouth Marathon (4:11:19; injured and had to walk the last two miles)

2014:

Brighton Half Marathon (1:49:01; used as a training run)

Reading Half Marathon (1:39:35)

Paris Marathon (3:41:18)

North Dorset Relay Marathon (6.8miles: 48:53)

Aton 10 miles (1:17:38; pacing Ben)

Netley 10k (44:04)

5 Mile Beer Race (3rd female; 35:50)

Stansted Slog Half Marathon (1:53:09; fifth female, off-road hilly)

Berlin Marathon (3:36:26)

 

2013:

Reading Half Marathon (1:41:19)

Marwell 10k (43:34)

Moors Valley 10k (1st female, 43:06 but the course was short)

Foxbury 10k (1st female, 45:47)

5 Mile Beer Race (2nd female, 34:21)

D Day 10k (43:16)

Alresford Rotary Club 10k (53:25, pacing)

New Forest 10 (1:18:30; HOT)

The National Lottery Olympic 5 Mile (35:16)

Cheddar Gorge Half Marathon (first female, 1:58:42; trails and hills)

Bristol Half Marathon (1:36:10)

Solent Half Marathon (1:40:34)

Great South Run (1:15:13)

4 thoughts on “Races and PBs

  1. Hi Anna, your blog is a good read I am feeling the need to give you some positive feedback, I am a running crazed nutcase these days, I play Piano and Guitar and I like digital painting and am an F1 fanatic and love sim-racing online BUT running has trumped everything!!
    I am 44 I have a lovely family and am in great health and I am determined to get under 20 mins for a 5k and into the 1hr30’s for a half. Weirdly I have a small niggly hamstring injury of which I am still able to run on and I am suffering immensely with hay fever as I have done for 40 years so I share your frustrations there! The heat has made me lethargic but I am still training through it and making sure my iron levels are nice and high. By the way I was reading that women athletes suffer badly with their iron levels due to a lower absorption rate and some more obvious reasons.
    As you can imagine reading your blog and seeing your posts on Instagram will obviously be of interest to me.
    I just thought I’d give you a good will message of encouragement just to say well done and yes this blog is more than well worth doing. In fact how about a youtube channel? How about some Vlogging?? Now that would be fantastic.

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