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I’m out running. I’ve run round and round Wimbledon Common following my nose. I’ve done a lap of Richmond Park. I’m trying to weigh up whether to go home or keep running. I bump into
Andy Jones, fellow MdS competitor and mate. I do another lap, feeling chuffed to be squeezing out 20 miles rather than going home. We talk about the race, as always. Bouncing back and forth with theories on kit, shoes, blisters, rehydrating, sleeping bags. It’s great to be focusing on something again.
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