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Adidas Sundown 2010 Marathon lead-up runs by SIS

May 11, 2010

Ok so we made it through thre 2XU run alive desptite certain things. I’m just so grateful. We still have the Newton 30km man. Let’s talk about something else…

TRF has partnered with SIS in a training endeavor for participants of  of the coming sundowner in May. People who signed up attend trainings twice a week; intervals on Thursdays and long runs on Saturdays. All the training is conducted at night to accomodate those in the workforce and to acclimatise the body to nocturnal endurance activity.

Over the past few weeks, the participants have slowly built up their levels of endurance and resistance. Slowly, but surely, they’ve gotten better at the game. Once upon of time, a couple of loops round the stadium would have knocked the wind out of their lungs. Now, they tackle 30km long runs and countless sets of 1km with ease! For most of them, their marathon dreams are just round the corner as the big day approaches.

I’m really thankful to my teammates for pitching in to help chaperon the runners during this busy period.What started out as some thing pretty apprehensive for us first -timers has blossomed into something rather successful thanks to everyone’s hard work and discipline. Let’s finish this victoriously with a smashing good time at the marathon!




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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Faith permalink
    May 12, 2010 2:08 pm

    Haha…our brionman is back. Nice write up. Good job. :p

  2. brionman06 permalink*
    May 12, 2010 11:02 pm

    thk u faith, time to start blogging again!

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