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leh-lio gal,

thanks for sharing the nuggets of info about the CL song. I know some have been practising how to dance, and one even practise in the showers...haha, won't tell u who, definitely not me okie.

leh-lio...enjoy your run with the group, and having run with you before, i know your speed will put you right in front of the pack leh...so guys, u want to tailgate, must have good stamina okie....and gal, dun wear too short hor, else all kenna weak knees & nose bleed :lol:

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leh-lio gal,

thanks for sharing the nuggets of info about the CL song.  I know some have been practising how to dance, and one even practise in the showers...haha, won't tell u who, definitely not me okie.

leh-lio...enjoy your run with the group, and having run with you before, i know your speed will put you right in front of the pack leh...so guys, u want to tailgate, must have good stamina okie....and gal, dun wear too short hor, else all kenna weak knees & nose bleed :lol:

I know that dance.. I don't practise it. But, my colleague dances like chicken little and its killing me!!! :lol: Yeah.. I call him chicken little

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my office is just next to funan.. before i commit whats the distance like ? and the pace? fast or slow?... took a 1 and half week break after the SCSM so dunno how to restart my engine...

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my office is just next to funan.. before i commit whats the distance like ? and the pace? fast or slow?... took a 1 and half week break after the SCSM so dunno how to restart my engine...

I think there will be 2 groups - 1 for those who want to run further and 1 for those running shorter distance. Maybe IMD can shed some light since he was there last week. The pace is definitely not fast though since I am running and I am a very slow runner :lol:

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my office is just next to funan.. before i commit whats the distance like ? and the pace? fast or slow?... took a 1 and half week break after the SCSM so dunno how to restart my engine...

I think there will be 2 groups - 1 for those who want to run further and 1 for those running shorter distance. Maybe IMD can shed some light since he was there last week. The pace is definitely not fast though since I am running and I am a very slow runner :lol:

wah! how fast is fast?how slow is slow? :/ ur not fast might be too fast for me.... :P

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hi folks,

I was at running lab just now.. they said tomorrow's run will be about 4km, fort canning...

I should be going lah.. see some of you there tomorrow?

Lehlio, we never met before... look forward to meeting you. And don't you worry, I run alot slower than you...

:cheers:

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hi folks,

I was at running lab just now.. they said tomorrow's run will be about 4km, fort canning...

I should be going lah.. see some of you there tomorrow?

Lehlio, we never met before... look forward to meeting you.  And don't you worry, I run alot slower than you...

:cheers:

Divey,

din u meet leh-lio at the recent Post-Marathon gathering at Esplanade? She was sitting next to Brokie. Anyway, you 2 will make a good running gerger pair for this thursday run :cheers:

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hi folks,

I was at running lab just now.. they said tomorrow's run will be about 4km, fort canning...

I should be going lah.. see some of you there tomorrow?

Lehlio, we never met before... look forward to meeting you.  And don't you worry, I run alot slower than you...

:cheers:

Hmm.. Teh Tarik comics.. "Victory" hand sign.. that's leh lio ger

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last week, we did a short warm up/stretch before heading off for the jog. 6 of us ran within sight of each other for some distance. about halfway, 3 of them ran a further distance whilst 3 ppl walked back. The 1st 3 joined the walkers & we walked to the finish pt, where we did stretching. Just run at your own pace, they cater to all types of runners. For faster pace, u can jio 2 of them, SAFRA runners to pace u.. i believe 1 of them finished the SCSM in 3h 32min. :)

might not be able to join tom as i'm sick.

have fun! :lol:

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last week, we did a short warm up/stretch before heading off for the jog.  6 of us ran within sight of each other for some distance.  about halfway, 3 of them ran a further distance whilst 3 ppl walked back.  The 1st 3 joined the walkers & we walked to the finish pt, where we did stretching.  Just run at your own pace, they cater to all types of runners. For faster pace, u can jio 2 of them, SAFRA runners to pace u.. i believe 1 of them finished the SCSM in 3h 32min. :)

might not be able to join tom as i'm sick. 

have fun!  :lol:

IMD...that could be Sam...well tanned chap!! :)

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IMD...that could be Sam...well tanned chap!! :)

DO, yup, it's Sam Ng,plus his friend, Eddy Chang(dunno if i spelt correctly or not)

Balasing, yea, it's weird weather, cold-hot-cold-hot.. aiyo, hope no one else is sick too.

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last week, we did a short warm up/stretch before heading off for the jog.  6 of us ran within sight of each other for some distance.  about halfway, 3 of them ran a further distance whilst 3 ppl walked back.  The 1st 3 joined the walkers & we walked to the finish pt, where we did stretching.  Just run at your own pace, they cater to all types of runners. For faster pace, u can jio 2 of them, SAFRA runners to pace u.. i believe 1 of them finished the SCSM in 3h 32min. :)

might not be able to join tom as i'm sick. 

have fun!  :lol:

thanks for the info......yar..SAM from safra right? maybe he still remember me buying 2 boxes of powergel from him 2 months back. oo

OK..see u guys there!!!

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Dream - Lehlio gal is too fast for me!

That's Sam lah.. This afternoon Eddy was saying Sam was running too fast for him to catch up. Yup, Sam did 3hr32mins this time round.. :hail: :hail: :hail:

Take care, IMD....

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diver...

i was at run lab juz now oso...:)

how come i neber bump into u har.....

hhmmmm.......

IMD...

take care ....

i oso had alittle sore throat now...

feeling alittle "weird" too....

gotta drink lots of water .....

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Nice try, Bala.. :P

I left about 5pm, Tiwazz.. Oh no, you better go rest.. and drink honey? Take care okie?

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IMD...take care n rest more...too soon just after a full marathon to over - exert yr body... :)

Divey...Tiwazz caught the Bug oso?? :blink:

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Yeah, DO.. Tiwazz mentioned above that he is having sore throat... weather no good.. alot of people falling sick..

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CBD run

date : thurs nite

time : 630pm start 645pm sharp

location : meet at running lab at funan center

1. tekko (on)

2. novaflux (gone kettling)

3. t@z (on) <- hopefully can make it by 6.45pm if not then i go find u all

4. IMD (sick)

5. leh-lio gal

6. tiwazz

7. diverrunner

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some mentioned that this run is only 4km, true or not? Going up Fort Canning should be fun. Enjoy your run, and take care of the meimei ok :cheers:

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Wow...really appreciate all the support from everyone here. Hope that Running Lab can help revive CBD run. Also, after tonight's run, please give some comments on how we can improve future runs.

Enjoy yourselves everyone!

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dream....

will take care of the miemei...

maybe tonite....they will hv to take care of me instead...:D

me not in good form tolay.....

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tiwazz... i run with you okay? i very slow one, you gotta wait for me hor..

see u later...

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