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SDW 100 (DNF)

  • 123.4km
  • 2,687m
  • 15:47:26
    Moving Time
  • 8:26/km
    Avg Pace
  • 11,224


  1. Mark Bridges

    Great effort Stephen and it did look like a hot one. Did you learn anything I can take into my first 100 the NDW 100?

  2. Richard Mayneord

    Bad luck Stephen. What happened? Injury? Fatigue? Or just one of those days? Swift recovery.

  3. Matt Orrell

    Bad luck mate - your an inspiration and I wish I were as a good runner as you.

  4. Claire Giles

    Oh no sorry to hear that recover well x

  5. Jon C.

    Tough day at the office Steve, you weren't the only one! What a 6 months you've had though, that knee problems requesting a little rest & TLC

  6. Lee Jenner

    Gutted for you mate!...hope you have a speedy recovery

  7. Stephen Cousins filmmyrun.com

    Mark, I learned there are no guarantees. I knew I would be in a dark place at least once in the run. I know I can come out the other side. Once I did, I was sure I'd finish. I didn't count on the knee injury rearing its head.

  8. Mark Bridges

    Thanks Stephen. You did great mate and I think it's amazing how far you've come since the Beachy Head film.Good luck in your next adventure

  9. Jez Lucas

    You did an incredible run , sorry it didn't goto plan for you .your freekin awesome

  10. Deborah Vent

    Not many people can run 76 miles ! X

  11. Ozzy Trip

    great effort - still deserves a medal

  12. Geoff Partridge

    Tough luck Stephen, but that's the one thing you can predict about ultras - they are unpredictable. Was great running with you and Richard for a while and glad that you managed to dig yourself out of the hole you were in at Saddlescombe farm. Here's to a quick recovery and onwards to the next race!

  13. Stephen Cousins filmmyrun.com

    Hey thanks Geoff, you really helped at Saddlescomb and I am definitely glad I made it out of there at least.

  14. Dan Holme

    Great effort Stevo. Stopping after so much under your belt must've been tough.

  15. Chris Burt

    Bad luck Steve, considering what you run throughout the year don't be disheartened. You did very well to get that far, best to rest and take stock. Great run reports as always!