You ran that in the same time I did Sandy 10, which I thought wasn't too bad. You had some serious elevation gains and it was trail. Pat yourself on the back Mr, you done good 🏆🏆🏆
You'd think a waterside run would be flat 🙈. If you've lost only 2 mins on return for hills and trail then that's a great run. 👏
Thanks, happy enough with the time and load of positives from the run, just felt like a slog. Expected one or two "interesting" hills, instead got a dusting of brutal ones across route, including the finish approach 😔 Quite a few hill > hill > hill chains with no recovery straights, new experience for me. If you need a reference point think Grafham but more steep hills & fewer easy flat sections
Crikey, that elevation profile looks painful - well done Tony! Fantastic time!!
Alina Hemkova - not even looked at the pictures yet, just saw the # and declared it was BS ... Less than Harriers half my arse!
My Harriers half was logged at 153m elevation so a bit less than Rutland. But these GPS estimates of elevation changed are not that reliable and it also depends on the steepness of the up and down bits.