Monday, 29 May 2006

Come on, back!

Posted by speedygeoff On Monday, May 29, 2006 | 2 comments
ACTVAC handicap results

Oakey Hill 7.5k
3 Barbara Williams W60 42:12
10 Helen Larmour W45 35:32
17 Roger Pilkington M45 32:08
19 Caroline Campbell W60 41:06
20 Rod Lynch M45 30:34
26 Christopher Lang M55 40:02
27 David Baussman M45 35:58
33 Alan Duus M60 37:35
39 Geoff Moore M55 32:57
40 Barbara Tucker W55 43:09
43 John Alcock M60 37:49
57 Ruth Baussmann W55 44:34
70 David Webster M50 32:54
75 Geoff Barker M60 40:17
78 Graeme Small M60 45:14
83 Mick Saunders M55 37:24
84 Cathy Newman W45 38:13
85 John Kennedy M55 34:36
90 Margaret McSpadden W55 45:23
93 Charmaine Knobel W50 40:52
94 Tony Booth M65 40:21
95 Rae Palmer W55 43:03
103 Mick Charlton M50 42:31

Oakey Hill 3.5k
10 Ken Gordon M40 14:11
12 Gary Bowen M45 14:34
13 Kerry Boden W45 20:44
21 Neil Boden M55 16:37
22 Katie Forestier W40 15:43

My training progress

last week's target 80k actual 86k
this week’s target 80k? (whatever I can fit in when travelling)
quote of the week “ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which I will not put”
weight 65kg
song of the week
Come on Back To Me – Third Day, from "Wire"

You’ve been hiding now for so long
Never understanding why
Running far away from the truth
And all along chasing after lies

I have loved you from the beginning
Long before you knew my name
Even though you’ve broken my heart
I’ll love you just the same
I’ll love you anyway

Never mind your worries
Never mind your fears
They can only take you far from me
When you feel there’s nowhere
Left for you to turn
Well, I got all you want
And everything you need
Come on back to me

Do you believe in second chances
Or in a love that never fades
Put your faith in what you can’t see
Just put your hand in mine
And I’ll show you the way

My back is great, I came through the Oakey Hill effort with flying colours. Now for the big one next week. The Queensland Half. Something to which to look forward.

2 comments:

  1. Have a great run speedygeoff...

    Do you have a specific target time that you are aiming for ?

    Sub 93 mins, or perhaps sub 90 mins...what are you hoping for ?

    Whatever, we will all be thinking of you and wishing you well.

    Yours in Running Writing

    Gary (GRIFFIN) Bowen

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  2. Thanks Griffin. Because you asked,
    Plan A break 93:40, this year's pb (as run not at "Canberra" which was a shocker, but at "Weston Creek")

    Plan B break 90:00. If I do it will be for only the second time since the early 1990s.

    Plan C break 87:30, which is my 2006 target. If I miss it at Brisbane I only have one more go, at the Vets.

    Plan D break 85:00, which is my longer term (by 2008) goal.

    The odds of any of these targets being achieved at this time is low. However I am going to attempt 87:30 pace. (Ho Ho Ho)

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