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Geoff Dillon completed the Coastal Marathon on 24 February, in Beesands, South Devon. This was Geoff's first marathon. He won a free entry in another race. It was an exceptionally tough course: either very hilly, very sludgy and waterlogged or both. Amazingly, he didn't have a single blister! The scenery, especially the first 10 miles along the spectacular South West Coastal Path, was a great distraction. The organisers have promised to have water at the finish next year, which they didn't have this time round!

Dave Crockwell got a PB at the Hastings Half Marathon, breaking 1:50 for the first time.

Carl Ferri wasn't running at his best for the Serpentine 5k and hobbled round with a calf strain.

Tuesday night swims

St Joseph's is closed for the Easter holidays so there will be no Tuesday night swims for the next two weeks. Swimming will start again on Tuesday 17 April.

Curry night at The Bridge

This Thursday, 5 April, will be curry night straight after the swim at The Bridge. You can buy a curry and a drink for £5.

The new quarter starts on Thursday for those who want to pay up front for their swims at The Bridge. The cost is £35 to cover all Thursday night swims during April, May and June.

Double discount day at Up & Running

The double discount day will be held for Club members on Saturday 12 May 2007. To qualify members must produce their membership card and bring in a print off of the attached.

Results backlog

Congratulations to Carl Ferri for getting a PB for the 10k run in the first leg of the Clumber Park Duathlon.

Results from February and March:

The Crystal Palace Canter (which takes place the first Tuesday of every month) now has a new shorter route and has dropped the 5K. An unknown Portuguese runner preparing for the London Marathon turned up and gave everyone a run for their money. Ron Yee acted as starter and timekeeper.

Tour de France marshalls required

Marshalls are needed for the UK leg of the Tour de France. You can volunteer via the TdF website.


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