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Dag 106 - BT Kvart- og Halv Marathon


Peter og jeg har netop deltaget i BT's 31. Kvart og Halv Marathon arrangement. Jeg var tilmeldt en kvart marathon (10,549 km) og Peter var tilmeldt en halv marathon (21,198 km). Vi havde hver vores mål. Da det var min første "lange" distance i 20 år (har løbet mange 5-7 km ture), så var mit mål at komme hjem i under 60 minutter. Det blev til 0.55.58, hvilket jeg er godt tilfreods med.


Som I kan se på fotoet så er der masser af overskud da jeg løb ind på stadium, så der er ingen tvivl om, at nu er målet at gennemføre en halv marathon i september.
Peter havde sat sig et vildt ambitiøst mål om at løbe på under 1 time og 38 minutter. Det klarede han lige med 1 time 36 minutter. Som fotoet af Peter også viser, så var kræfterne ved at være opbrugt.


Men vel i mål så var der smil hos begge. Det var en fed oplevelse og vi havde det bedst tænkelige løbevejr. Fruerne havde klargjort "Smokey Joe" og så blev alle de netop tabte kalorier taget på igen i form af grill pølser, vin og øl. Sådan !

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