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Anyone running this 30km at ECP this Sunday morning? (as mentioned in Sunday Times)

If you're keen to continue with another 5km or so, let me know.

Maybe we can buddy up. I think my pace would be around 3hr 20min-45min for 35km.

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Anyone running this 30km at ECP this Sunday morning? (as mentioned in Sunday Times)

If you're keen to continue with another 5km or so, let me know.

Maybe we can buddy up. I think my pace would be around 3hr 20min-45min for 35km.

Ohhhh the one conducted by that former national runner? Gathering point at Ford Road Carpark

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Anyone running this 30km at ECP this Sunday morning? (as mentioned in Sunday Times)

If you're keen to continue with another 5km or so, let me know.

Maybe we can buddy up. I think my pace would be around 3hr 20min-45min for 35km.

Ohhhh the one conducted by that former national runner? Gathering point at Ford Road Carpark

Yes, conducted by Ghana.

Meet at 6pm at Fort Rd carpark.

There's another run at 2nd Link .. hear they've got 42km route.

But troublesome to get there ... ECP more convenient for me.

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Anyone running this 30km at ECP this Sunday morning? (as mentioned in Sunday Times)

If you're keen to continue with another 5km or so, let me know.

Maybe we can buddy up. I think my pace would be around 3hr 20min-45min for 35km.

Ohhhh the one conducted by that former national runner? Gathering point at Ford Road Carpark

Yes, conducted by Ghana.

Meet at 6pm at Fort Rd carpark.

There's another run at 2nd Link .. hear they've got 42km route.

But troublesome to get there ... ECP more convenient for me.

i thot it's 6 AM?

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Anyone running this 30km at ECP this Sunday morning? (as mentioned in Sunday Times)

If you're keen to continue with another 5km or so, let me know.

Maybe we can buddy up. I think my pace would be around 3hr 20min-45min for 35km.

Ohhhh the one conducted by that former national runner? Gathering point at Ford Road Carpark

Yes, conducted by Ghana.

Meet at 6pm at Fort Rd carpark.

There's another run at 2nd Link .. hear they've got 42km route.

But troublesome to get there ... ECP more convenient for me.

i thot it's 6 AM?

Oops .. typo ... 6am

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morning folks,

Quite crowded today at ecp, guess everyone is doing their're lsd due to the rain yesterday.

Saw alot of ppl tag with number, was this the run?? :/

And was sure glad to see some familiar faces doing their're :ph34r: run like highbury, SassyRunner, Cfred and also TLR. :Big Grin:

Wonder if they are doing this run also?

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morning folks,

Quite crowded today at ecp, guess everyone is doing their're lsd due to the rain yesterday.

Saw alot of ppl tag with number, was this the run?? :/

And was sure glad to see some familiar faces doing their're :ph34r: run like highbury, SassyRunner, Cfred and also TLR. :Big Grin:

Wonder if they are doing this run also?

I was there.

Yes, those with the brown/beige number tag are from the run.

I didn't join the group .. but I used their refreshments (banana, iced water).

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morning folks,

Quite crowded today at ecp, guess everyone is doing their're lsd due to the rain yesterday.

Saw alot of ppl tag with number, was this the run?? :/

And was sure glad to see some familiar faces doing their're :ph34r: run like highbury, SassyRunner, Cfred and also TLR. :Big Grin:

Wonder if they are doing this run also?

Nah...was not doing the Ghana Run. Yup, those with the beige number tags with self-written numbers on the tags are those doing the Ghana Run. Think they were doing a very long distance cos after I came back from my LSD, they were still running...and running...and running.... :wacko:

You also doing your :ph34r: run ah! :smilie_daumen1:

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Will be doing a "BG" run on Sunday, 11 Nov. Will start at 5.30am from BG.

anyway, for this 30 nov run, need to register or just turn up? which part of BG is the gathering point???

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Will be doing a "BG" run on Sunday, 11 Nov. Will start at 5.30am from BG.

anyway, for this 30 nov run, need to register or just turn up? which part of BG is the gathering point???

huh...i think tis run was dated as '2007' - part of history alreadi ;)

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Will be doing a "BG" run on Sunday, 11 Nov. Will start at 5.30am from BG.

anyway, for this 30 nov run, need to register or just turn up? which part of BG is the gathering point???

huh...i think tis run was dated as '2007' - part of history alreadi ;)

And 11 Nov 2008 is a Tues too. :rolleyes:

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argh.... super paiseh menz... didnt see it's 2007 =(

not to worries... ahaha...

there are lots of group run ard all wif different areas and different time..

lots to choose from :Big Grin:

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