I’m using my 100th Post to let you know that the Great Scottish Run 10K for 2013 has been conquered!
It has been a fantastic weekend of running- it’s described at ‘Scotland’s Biggest Weekend of Running’ and it was certainly that!
I’ll follow up with a couple of race reviews later this week, because celebrating is coming first today!
We’re watching the BBC coverage of the event, which is great 🙂
@TheWelshWookie has achieved a fantastic PB of 58:32, which is brilliant. I ran it in 57:45, 19 seconds short of my PB, but I’m pleased with this, considering the volume of runners.
Well done to everyone who has run in the various events across the weekend; and elsewhere: it’s been a busy weekend of running all across the UK and worldwide! 😉
19 thoughts on “100th Post; 10K Success!”
Congrats to you and @TheWelshWookie. Great stuff!
Awesome. And really cool it was your 100th post!!!
Thank You! That was a happy coincidence!
Well done on your time (and congratulations to Welsh Wookie too!). We watched the half mara on the TV this morning. I thought that first hill seemed unnecessarily cruel! 🙂
Thanks! I’ll pass that onto him 😉 That hill is a toughie! 😉
Yay for the running! You guys are healthy!
Thank you! We try to be; but we did have beer and fish and chips the night before! 😉
Awesome 10K! You look great!!!
Good job achieving the Great Scottish Run! Echoing others here too!
Thanks! It’s been a huge weekend for running! 🙂
You’re welcome. I’ve awakened to reading about such a great running movement in Scotland, Australia, and England too, here on WordPress. That’s anecdotally experienced of course, and no doubt many, many bloggers are yet to be discovered running and training from Ireland to Indonesia!
It’s great, reading about running all over the world: I had no idea I’d have readers from New Zealand, South Africa, USA: running’s definitely a worldwide phenomenon!
Congratulations to you both for the race… and also for your 100th post! Keep writing and running!
Congrats on the race and 100 posts! I’m looking forward to reading the next 100 😉
Thank you! 🙂