Oct 2008
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  • intraining
  • The Ship Inn
  • Your next run is only as good as your last recovery!
  • Pat,

    A number of PCRG members are running in the Melbourne Marathon and Half Marathon this Sunday and signalling out PCRG members who are involved invariably means that I will miss someone. I will however go out on a limb and acknowledge:

    • Angela Burgess - debut Marathon. Angela had a foot injury throughout the second half of 2007 and to her credit she has bounced back stronger than ever. Go Ange! Your PCRG mates send you this cheerio Angela.
    • Andy Steele - I have often seen Andy running solo on his epic training runs. I did however spot him running with his son Justin on Sunday and both my paddling companion and I commented on how great it is to see father and son running together. Go Andy and Go Justin!

    Like I said, the number of Melbourne bound PCRG members who deserve acknowledgment is great so for fear of leaving someone out I will stop now. I am honestly proud of you all and your level of enthusiasm for running is truly inspirational. Go PCRG!

    Photos/Video from Tuesdays PCRG session can be viewed here.

    I have set up a picasaweb photo page which accommodates higher res photos and it's also easier viewing. The link is on the above mentioned page as well as here. Left click on any of the photos for a larger view and right click if you wish to copy a photo.

    Fiona Winton has the following accommodation available for the Noosa Tri weekend: Accomodation at Noosa Carribean (100m from transition - 1 bedroom and a couch in the lounge downstairs). Booked for 31 Oct and Saturday/Sunday 1st and 2nd of Nov. Cost is $220 per night. Contact Fiona Winton 0419 773361. http://www.caribbeannoosa.com.au/

    It's now close to daylight @ 5.am which certainly makes the trip to PCRG far more enticing. Let's face it - those cold/dark mornings wear a bit thin after a while.

    So, perfect running weather and great people - where else would you want to be! Catch you in the morning and/or on Friday.




    Make sure you visit intraining @ Park Rd Milton for all your running needs.

    Thank you intraining for being a PCRG sponsor.

    The Ship Inn

    Thank you ''The Ship Inn'' for being a PCRG sponsor.

    Your next run is only as good as your last recovery!

    If you fail to follow a sensible diet your body will not gain full benefit from all of those enjoyable and challenging runs and you won't recover as well as you possibly could.

    Kerith Duncanson is an accredited dietician as well as a former International class runner. An online dietary assessment by Kerith may assist you to achieve your goal.

    Kerith offers 20% off her advertised fees to any runners involved with me through online coaching or any runner who is a regular member of PCRG.

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