Live in north Dorset and happy to train together to see if you are really annoying or not! (And likewise )
However I'd be a total novice to the event, saying that I've got more than my fair share of hill and trail experience and by then I'll have completed the Lakeland 50 (or I'll still be wandering near Keswick totally lost)
Which class would you be aiming at?
C class 45 km 9 hrs
D class 40 km 8 hrs
Medium Score 6+5hrs
Short Score 5+4hrs
happy to see what you think.
Silly question.... Is it 45k each day or over the two and what pace would you be averaging?
All good fun though :)
Those are straight-line distances (so may be further in practice) and winning times.
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