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13 May 12 #330341 by survive
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Hi wiki''s,

Haven''t really posted for a while.... still lots going on... but that''s another story!!!

Just wanted to share with you that I did the Race For Life today. Fab atmosphere, did it with my mum and daugther... my dad even made an appearance of support. sun was shining. It was really inspiring. I did it last year too, and beat my PB.... bit of a runner me!!!

Anyway I know it''s not quite the 26 miles that DavyCoroc did (well done again) but hey it''s all in the name of an amazing cause.


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13 May 12 #330344 by fairylandtime
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Well done survive

Doing the moonwalk in June 26 miles not sure how I''m going to do it as feel so unfit at mo but will try

Well done again JJX

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13 May 12 #330359 by robinson25
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Hi well done! My daughter did the greggs north east cancer run today, 5 miles in 40 mins, this is the second year she has done it, i am so proud of her, another event her dad has missed out on!

A friend is actually doing the race for life in newcastle says she feels inspired by my cancer story, makes me feel humbled, next year i think its my turn to run.

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14 May 12 #330490 by davycroc
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Just wanted to say well done to you...doesnt matter B)how far it was....well done survive..
davycroc x

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14 May 12 #330492 by raybird
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well done, im doing my local race for life in july. try to do it every year, i find it a very emotional day, but i dont run, more of a slow plod round the course and lots of natter with my friends xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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14 May 12 #330504 by yellowrose
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Well done to everyone. Would you have done these things I wonder if you hadn''t/wern''t going through your own personal trauma''s?

I am going to throw myself off a multi storey building in July - at least that''s how I describe it to people. I''m actually abseiling. never done it before. Hate heights and would never had done it if I was still with the b....rd. It''s for Clic Sargeant so worth every ounce of fear.

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14 May 12 #330517 by JayneEyre
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Well done Survive :)

Having just completed a 45 mile bike challenge for Charity I can appreciate what a good feeling it is to complete.

Looking forward to my next one now 62 miles in June


JE :)

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