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Day 205 – I felt like a runner today. Briefly.

I’d left the run until very late today. Very late. I headed out and found myself around a 7min/mile pace and very comfortable with that. I actually felt like a runner for once, I felt like running worked ok for me. That lasted about a mile. Then I began to feel the tightness in my left quad, my right achilles, my left arm and in my patience! The second miles was hard, the third was agony as the aches just got worse. I could do with a day off, clearly!

In all the fanfare and fuss over Sunday’s marathon time, I’ve forgotten to congratulate everyone who ran their first marathon on Sunday, including our very own Damian. Well done one and all. It’s a massive achievement and you should be very proud of yourself indeed!

I was watching a video earlier of Lance Armstrong, a true inspirational figure for someone who is really into their cycling like me. He said he was told, whilst he was working to qualify for the Boston marathon, that “20 miles is half way”. It’s an interesting concept and I get it. When I ran my first marathon, I’d happily have agreed. But not this time round. The last few miles were tough and the legs ached, but not anywhere near as tough as the first time! Maybe I’m not running hard enough…

I’ve had a few interesting days lately as word gets around about my marathon time. I seem to have become an authority on running for a few people. I don’t really know very much, just what I’ve experienced in my own running. I suppose I’ve had a hell of a lot of injuries and problems though!

I had an interesting chat with a colleague today who’d asked about the marathon and how often I trained for it. I told him the story, the mad challenge, I’m an idiot, da de da de da. He asked me if changing his three to four runs a week to three miles a day would get him a 3:30 marathon. I promptly said no and explained the list of injuries I’ve had through the sheer bloodymindedness of running every day and never giving up. It isn’t good for the body and the rest days make all the difference in my opinion. Running should be something you enjoy and doing it every day doesn’t help with that 😉

I’ve also been asked for advice on shin splints by another colleague. I found this RunnersWorld article on the subject. I generally find runnersworld to be a useful and reliable source of advice so had no problem with sending it on. However I was thinking about the advice given in there whilst I was out for a run this evening. I smell a rat. Read this…

“Make sure you wear the correct running shoes for your foot type specifically, overpronators should wear motion-control shoes. Severe overpronators may need orthotics. Have two pairs of shoes and alternate wearing them to vary the stresses on your legs.”

Now, ‘wear the right shoes for your foot type’, yes, big tick. I agree, you’re right. But ‘Have two pairs of shoes to vary the stresses on your legs’? No. Wrong. Big time.

By implication the two shoes would be different types or at least models/manufacturers of shoes. In order to vary the stresses as they suggest, they would need to be significantly different shoes, surely, the difference being in the support offered. If they are significantly different, they cannot both be offering the correct degree of support, or they would be applying the same “stresses” to your legs. I’m merely applying logic here. If anyone knows of a decent argument to the contrary, please do share it, but it seems quite wrong to me!

Anyway, have a read of Damian’s race report and congratulate him on being yet another new marathoner. Well done mate!

Rambling over. Back tomorrow…


Today’s shoes: Newish Kayano 17′s (~120 miles)
Miles today: 3.03
Target: 615
Miles to date: 800.56
“Even if you fall flat on your face·at least you are moving forward.”
Sue Luke

Day 203 – The post marathon punishment and the full ‘Brighton Marathon (…The Return)’ race review

I left the run until late afternoon. My left ankle is very dodgy, just like a few weeks ago when it went ping so I’ll be very cautious. I cannot walk down stairs with any control or indeed composure! Every muscle in the lower half of my body aches a lot. I still have a smile on my face, I broke three and a half hours, did I mention it? 😉

Last night I woke up every two hours, doubled up with abdominal pain. No doubt that was the result of the preventative medicine I’d had to take in the morning just before the marathon and I had a thoroughly terrible night’s sleep. I’m still suffering now, 36 hours later. Being this worn out and then getting very little sleep leaves you in a horrible state the next day and I feel truly shocking today! Add to this the neck and shoulder are still not right, I still feel stiff and they ache constantly, my stomach is tied in knots, the abdominal pain persists and you have the recipe for a terrible run.

Today’s run was really tough. My legs weren’t up for it and it hurt all the way to three miles. I managed to keep just over a nine min/mile pace somehow, but not without pushing through some serious pain. Even the act of stopping myself running to walk after I’d hit 3 miles hurt in my thighs, but I was pleased to find that the stiffness in my calves and thighs had eased a little in the post run shower.

And now for the full Brighton Marathon race report

The 2011 Brighton Marathon

It’s been a long build up to today. This is the big one. The truly long run of the challenge year’s calendar.

Brighton hosted it’s second marathon today and along with a good few other runners I know, I lined up at the start to see Steve Cram fire the pistol and set us all on our not-so-merry way, 26.2 miles shy of the finish line.

I’m here today to compete in a marathon, though there isn’t a single person in the field I’m actually competing against. I’m here to beat myself. Break my PB. Even that’s a bit of a misnomer really, having only run one marathon before (and that was Brighton last year). The time to beat is 4h41. It went sort of like this…

07:00 Against all the rules and all of the advice I tuck into a bowl of cornflakes, a full english and a large pot of strong coffee. How bad can it be?

07:15 Off we go to Preston Park. The barriers are up, the marshalls are out, there’s a buzz about Brighton this morning.

07:30 Time for the Imodium to combat the adverse effects of anti-inflammatory pills. This is not going to be a good day!

08:00 There appear to be a sea of runners making their way up to Preston Park for the 2011 Brighton marathon. It’s a hilly challenge in parts and many are here sporting t-shirts advertising they’re return competitors from last year, as is your’s truly. Damian and I find James and our official photographer does a great job of capturing the moment. James appears to be sporting a knee support and receives intense interrogation on the subject. Turns out he’s still as crazy as he ever was and is planning to run his three heroic events this week on said dodgy knee!

08:15 Whilst discussing target finishing times I show my 3h30m target finishing time wrist band on my right wrist and my back stop 3h40m timing band on my left. Damian says that breaking 3h30m will qualify me for the Boston marathon. It’s unanimously agreed that Boston would be a great place to go, so I agree that my target is now to break 3h30! I text my brother and tell him that 12:30-13:00 finish is no longer the target, he should be at the finish line from 12:15, I’m feeling good this morning. Frankly all of this is pie in the sky at this point. I have no real basis upon which to claim I could run sub 3h30.

08:30 Damian and I wander off to the back pen discussing his plan for the run, making sure he’s comfortable with everything and on the way I spot Heather, a lady who volunteered with me on a Sense holiday a couple of years back. Damian tells me I know too many people!

08:45 I wished Damian the best of luck and headed down to the blue pen, just behind the club runners and elites. In the pen I meet a guy called Sacha who is running for Sense. Nice bloke, we had an interesting chat about what Sense do, the 1095miles challenge and his running career too.

The Front Runners at the Start

09:00 Bang, the gun goes. We’re stationary for an awfully long time. Then I hear the PA announce that the 3h30 pacer has just passed under the gantry. He’s some way ahead of me so I resolve to catch him up, but not before a good 15 or 16 miles at least. We’re off. This is exciting. I click into an 8 min/mile pace from the start, only slowed a little by the large proportion of the field who seem surprised by the hill after the first bend!

Another 'Where's Andy?' Competition ;-)

The Guys at Saucony Clearly have a Sense of Humour

What little time I’d lost on the way up the hill (to the highest point on the course!) was quickly regained on the way back down. As I passed by the Start line for the second time, I spotted Damian still walking towards the start. I shouted over to him and he replied “Run faster!”

Settled in my pace, the next few miles went really nicely. I’d set the Garmin to ping every half mile and update me on my average pace for that section. If you click through to the Garmin map for yesterday’s post, you’ll see just how consistently I managed to hit my target 8min/mile pace (look at the lap splits).

After about 5 miles I met another Sense runner whose name has sadly slipped my mind. We had a brief chat and on I went. I caught up with Heather on the way back down to St. Dunstan’s and wished her luck before she told me to get going and let her know how I did at the end. At 10 miles I saw Damian again. He’d have been at about 6 miles I guess and he looked like he was enjoying it. Once again, more “Run faster you slow coach” type banter came my way.

I crossed the half way point at about 1h42m. That’s only 6 minutes shy of my half marathon PB so I was a little concerned I may have gone out too quick in the first half. I finally saw the 3h30m pacer in front of me at around 15.5 miles and caught him up by mile 16. I had a chat with him about how he was pacing the miles and he seemed to think I was looking good for finishing it at this pace, mainly due to the fact that I looked ok and wasn’t really feeling it yet. We compared stop watch times and I jokingly said it was so I could work out exactly how far I could let him get ahead of me at the finish! I carried on creeping ahead of the pacer and met a guy called Kris who was keeping an eye on, and trying to keep ahead of the pacer I’d just been speaking to.

Kris and I ran and chatted for the next nine miles. This was a really good thing for me and I think for Kris too. At least four miles just seemed to pass without notice and even the tougher later miles were made somewhat easier as we shared the odd joke, often about how we kept looking back for the 3h30 pacer, and discussed why we had chosen to support the Charities we were both running for. At 24 miles or so, Kris was looking much stronger than me for the finish so I wished him luck and off he went at one hell of a rate! Nice to meet you Kris.

Then my ankle went a bit wobbly. The same left ankle that plagued me all those weeks ago. I plodded on for the last mile trying my best not to twist it unnecessarily and slowed down a bit for the last half a mile. I really had no clue what time I’d run, only that Mr 3h30m Pacer was behind me so I knew I’d broken the revised target!

Moments Before I Smashed the 3h30 Target!

Crossing the Line in Under 3h30m!

Wearing my Post Marathon BacoFoil

I'm Smiling Because I Know it's a Fast Time!

I found out moments later that I had crossed the line in a chip time of 3 hours 25 minutes and 38 seconds (PB). That’s an hour and sixteen minutes off last year 😉

My brother had assumed the faster target finsih time was just bravado and missed me crossing the line by about 5 minutes!

We headed back to the hotel and I showered. Met my brother and had a quick beer, then dashed out to try and spot Damian coming in. I’d expected him at around 4h50m, given the 21 degrees predicted (And I’m very sure it was 21 degrees!) but he was nowhere to be seen. I did spot Keith though, coming in to claim a superb 4h57m. Very well done mate! I even got a photo.


Having decided we’d missed Damian, we began to walk towards the pub that was planned as the venue for post marathon celebrations, with a workmate of mine Sam whose wife Megan had run the event too. As we walked along, there he was! We shouted over, but he’d put the dreaded headphones in and couldn’t hear us. I’ll let Damian blog the story for himself and save the punchline for him to reveal…

And speaking of Damian. It turns out that the qualification time for Boston is 3h05m. Well done buddy, you got me to break 3h30m, even though you were wrong!

Damian and I have agreed to have a go at beating our PB’s in Chester in October.

I said if I ran a marathon in under 3h50m I’d call myself a runner. Done!

Oh, and I’ve redeemed my priority entry for 2012 already. I’m in!


Today’s shoes: Newish Kayano 17′s
Miles today: 3.00
Target: 609
Miles to date: 794.33
“You also need to look back, not just at the people who are running behind you but especially at those who don’t run and never will… those who run but don’t race…those who started training for a race but didn’t carry through…those who got to the starting line but didn’t cross the finish line…those who once raced better than you but no longer run at all. You’re still here. Take pride in wherever you finish. Look at all the people you’ve outlasted.
– Joe Henderson

Day 202 – The Brighton Marathon

3 hours, 25 minutes and 38 seconds (PB).

413th to cross the line.

I am done.

That is all I can bring myself to say.

More tomorrow…


Today’s shoes: Newish Kayano 17′s
Miles today: 26.40
Target: 606
Miles to date: 791.33

Day 201 – The pre-marathon 3 miler

So, we’ve made it this far. The big one is tomorrow. By the afternoon, somewhere around 10,000 of us will have finished another marathon. Hopefully.

I headed down to Brighton this morning as early as I could get my ar$e out of bed. I was sat outside a certain well known coffee house next door to the Brighton centre by 09:15. Then all of a sudden a queue appeared. I figured it’s be a good idea to get in it, it is the national sport, after all! They had a couple of 118 men doing some comedy stretching and poses to keep the crowd happy. As I was standing there minding my own business, I recognised someone about 50 yards away. There’s a story to this guy…

350 odd days or so ago I was standing at the start of the inaugural Brighton marathon. The start was delayed. I got chatting to the bloke next to me. His name was Keith. Keith and I proceeded to claim to want to run about the same time, 4h30 ish yet set off in totally different ways. We met and passed each other repeatedly throughout the marathon and offered support and motivation to each other each time. Then at 24 miles Keith overtook me again. I was dying by this point, nothing left in the tank, I struggled to muster a little more pace (frankly barely above walking pace if I’m honest) and catch him up. As I caught him I said I’d race(!) him to the line. We crossed a couple of seconds apart.

Anyway, standing in the queue, I spotted Keith again. I said “It’s you!” and he said “It is, we finished a marathon together a year ago!” (He’s the guy to the right of me in the picture, in the green singlet). A great start to the morning and a good opportunity to reminisce about nearly killing ourselves last year!

We both made a bee-line to the priority entry for 2012 desk and coughed up our fiver each (and I got one for Damian too). I then had a look around at the running gear the stalls were trying to sell. I tried on a pari of Vibram Five-Fingers (Google it if you don’t know what I’m on about) and came to the conclusion they are a weird thing to wear but could imagine you’d get used to them fairly quickly. As for running in them? I’m still far from convinced but would happily try!

I then met Steve Cram again. Looking forward to meeting him at an event in the near future…

Next was to check into the hotel and get myself out for the day’s run! It turns out the hotel had a few goodies for any customers who happened to be running in the morning.

I overdid it on the distance, not great the day before my biggest event of the year, and ran 3.5 miles along the seafront. It was HOT!

Wandering about the town we spotted this –>
What was it doing out on it’s own? 😉

We walked the seafront in the afternoon to see what was going on and how preparations were progressing for the event in the morning. Here is the target for tomorrow (and a bit)…

Later this evening I decided to review a couple of energy gels I’d managed to pick up at the Marathon Expo earlier.

I’m used to Lucozade Sport Orange energy gels. You buy ’em in Tesco, they’re really cheap, small packs and I think pretty easy to use (though Damian hates them!). They are like syrup in a reasonably strong orange flavour and I find if you just squeeze the contents of the pack in as fast as possible and down a mouthful of water after, they work well. They’re 45g a go and give up about 125 kcal each.

Today I’ve abused my body with the following two alternatives, both in orange flavour…

Multipower Multicarbo Energy Gel
These are little 40g sachets that pack 104 kcal in. The tops rip off easily and the taste is a bit like the lucozade ones but stronger. They were good, I’d happily use them again.

SiS Go Gel
I have once again got my hands on an orange flavour one. First impressions are ‘how the heck do you get the top off?’ as I struggled to get into the sachet. Not a good start. They also taste a bit like the lucozade ones but watered down. And then I felt a bit sick. Not for me I’m afraid. Want to hear the worst bit? They’re 60g a sachet and only 86 kcal. Bigger, heavier and inefficient compared to the other two options above.

Injury update: The shoulder is still giving me grief. The crazy anti-inflammatory pills are obviously doing some good, but I have to report the adverse effects of taking them are not compatible with running. I suspect I’ll be starting tomorrow’s run with something to block things up!

Now time to go and rest.

Today’s quote is the most appropriate I could find…


Today’s shoes: Newish Kayano 17′s
Miles today: 3.50
Target: 603
Miles to date: 764.93
“No doubt a brain and some shoes are essential for marathon success, although if it comes down to a choice, pick the shoes. More people finish marathons with no brains than with no shoes.”
Don Kardong

Day 200 – That’s a nice round number ;-)

The doc says sprained shoulder, limited range of movement. Great. They’ve given me crazy strong anti-inflammatory pills. Fingers crossed by Sunday they’re doing a good job. Today they’re not. Pain started within a few yards and although it’s not as insanely bad as yesterday (though not far off), it’s a significant distraction from running. And it really hurts!

I received a lovely email today from a friend. I hope she doesn’t mind being quoted…

“I hear you have had a very difficult couple of weeks. I’m so sorry to hear about your nan, that is really sad news. I hope you are ok. A week including a funeral, car accident and a marathon is quite a week. I hope it goes really well at the marathon on Sunday for you.”

Thank you 😉

So, today is day 200. That’s way more than half way isn’t it?!?! Well it sounds like it!

I’m also over 160 miles ahead of the minimum target. Having to make up 305 miles over the year to hit 1500 is still going to be a challenge though. I’m over half way and still have 144 miles to pick up somewhere. That’s an average of nearly a mile a day for the remaining days!

Tomorrow we travel to Brighton, to spend the weekend there and fit a marathon into the middle. I’m really looking forward to it and just hoping this blooming shoulder injury isn’t going to completely destroy the day!

I think I’m going to head down early tomorrow and catch some of the marathon expo at the Brighton centre. I’ll try and catch up with Steve Cram if possible. We still have a run to do! 😉

I’ll be wearing the 1095miles.com t-shirt on the day, as will Damian. Say hi if you spot either of us, we don’t bite. I’m 1566 and Damian is 800. There’s an iPhone app to track the Brighton marathon and runners you select available HERE for those of you who have one.

Enjoy the run if you’re doing it and best of luck. It’s going to be HOT!

Blogging may be brief and unreliable for the weekend, depending on how much internet time I can get over the next few days.

Wish me luck….!


Today’s shoes: Newish Kayano 17′s
Miles today: 3.12
Target: 600
Miles to date: 761.43
“Runners like to train 100 miles per week because it’s a round number. But I think 88 is a lot rounder.”
– Don Kardong

Day 196 – Just as lazy

It’s cold and worse, it’s raining. I hate running in the rain. Just a quick three today. I’m truly into winding down as far as I can, given the challenge, in anticipation of Brighton on Sunday.

It’s been a long while since we’ve had a guest post. Anyone doing Brighton on Sunday and like to corroborate my/Damian’s story of how tough it is?


Today’s shoes: ‘They used to be new’ Kayano 17′s
Miles today: 3.00
Target: 588
Miles to date: 749.24
“You only get to negatively affect your DNA.”
– Manciata’s explanation for why some people can’t run a marathon.

Day 180 – And for my 180th run…

I ran the second longest run of my life!

I was up and out the door at 0730, only to find the car was thick with frost. Not what I wanted to see! After some furious scratching at the windows and a few minutes with the blowers on in the car, it finally seemed drive-able. I arrived about 20 minutes late to collect Damian from a chilly Crawley station and off we went down to Brighton. A quick stop on the way confirmed Damian’s suspicions. I was terribly poorly prepared for the day and dived in to a cafe to grab a bacon sandwich and a large coffee. I necked half a bottle of water and a couple of Ibuprofen for luck(!) too. I’m pretty sure he was asking himself if I was actually taking this running lark seriously. I’ll leave you to draw your own conclusions from the pictures that follow, but I suspect it’s a fair comment ;-)

We finally parked up alongside Preston park, faffed, stretched (well Damian did and then commented on why I didn’t) and as you can see, I didn’t really look like I was going to run today, frankly I was still asleep. The chilly morning breeze sorted that one though as soon as I took my trousers and sweater off! The freezing wakeup call behind us, off we went from the start looking like amateurs in shiny new shoes, and followed the Brighton route as best we could without the benefit of road closures! (For example the route runs through Ovingdean school grounds, which were obviously closed today, meaning about half a mile detour) The route file is available in Garmin/GPS TCX format if you’d like it for your Garmin… use the Contact Us page to request it.

It appears everyone else in Brighton received their Entry number and race pack today too. By noon there were an awful lot of runners out pounding the streets. Probably many in the realisation they’re running a marathon in three weeks. Good luck one and all.

I went with the QotD idea. I ran with the idea of varying the usual and did most of the first few miles at whatever pace Damian preferred. I dashed off a couple of times in the next few miles to grab water and deliver it to Damian as he stoically plodded on. He did an amazing job, running 30k (just shy of 19 miles) in what was a very warm day and busy road conditions. By the time he was finished I had run 20.2 miles and continued on to make it a round 22 miles. This puts me 147 miles ahead of target too. Very good.

I’ll let Damian tell you the story of his new found faith in humanity.

More tomorrow, I hope. This is as close as it’s going to get to understanding the state I’ll be in the day after the marathon (which is a mere three weeks away now) so it’s not going to be a fun one!


Today’s shoes: New not smelly Kayano 17′s
Miles today: 22.01
Target: 540
Miles to date: 690.39
“Keep varying the program. Your body will tell you what to do.”
– Joan Benoit Samuelson

Day 146 – Nine o’clock on a Sunday?

I was out… I’m not kidding here… at 9am this morning. And it’s Sunday! Lot’s to do today and so had to get the run out of the way. I suggested yesterday that I would need to start running 7 miles or more every Sunday as from today. As you will no doubt notice, I only ran 4 today. I don’t have time to run further today and so will delay the long(er) run until tomorrow evening.

I’m still on the lookout for a place in the Wilmslow half in March if anyone would like to admit they have one they don’t need any longer… You can contact me here

Finally, I see it’s been announced that Steve Cram is firing the starting pistol at the Brighton Marathon. With a bit of luck I’ll have heard from him beforehand and run with him prior to the marathon 😉

That’s all for today, have a good Sunday.


Miles today: 4.00
Target: 438
Miles to date: 523.30
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Day 5 – Cool Runnings

What happened to the weather? My oh my, it was cold today!

Having dragged myself out of bed early several mornings this week, I decided Saturday was for laying in and leaving the run until later. And then I forgot to turn my alarm off and so got up early anyway!

It’s been a long week. I started a new job two weeks ago now and to be honest, I’ve been knackered every day. Spending 4 years being a student and then suddenly having to get back into the 9-5 and 2 hours a day on the tube is a colossal shock to the system! Add to that a crazy daily running challenge and you got a recipe for a very tired Andy!

Twice this week I’ve arrived home from work and felt the desire to go for a run. That’s what I’ve always done in training for events and it feels really strange to have to stop myself from doing so. I wanted to run when it’s light and people are about, mornings are like the world has ended and nobody is left!

Anyway, I left the run until late afternoon and limited myself to the absolute minimum I could do. The legs are a bit sore, particularly the inside of both shins from the ankles up. I’ve had this before and it put me out of running for about three weeks. I’ll be taking it easy for a while longer methinks.

Whilst I was out running today, it was cold, but it didn’t seem to deter the runners. Who are all the runners in Harrow? I need some new people to run and chat to! It seems that Saturday afternoon is a popular time to go for a quick trot around the area.

Whilst I was out today, and trying to take my mind of the pain in the ankles, I was thinking about why I’m doing this. Yesterday I received an email from an old friend of mine, who I met through Sense holidays and haven’t heard from in some time (you know who you are!). The email prompted me to think about my connection with Sense and the fact that, despite what anyone else thinks or says about what I do for Sense, I get more out of being involved with them than the other way round. True altruism truly does not exist, we all need a reward.

In about three weeks I’m off to Coventry (I think) to lead a small activity group at a Sense event for their members. The members event is an opportunity for parents and carers of deafblind people to find out about all the interesting stuff that’s happening. Whilst this is going on, and to enable the parents to do so, we take groups of deafblind people out to do some fun activities. I’m looking forward to the event, I’d like to use it as an opportunity to link up with people and families affected by deafblindness and hope to find a few who run. On top of this though, we will take a group out and about for the day and *enable* them to access activities that are often inaccessible. It’s an interesting situation to be in such a position and to be able to make the difficult things happen for people. That’s what I get out of it, and frankly, it’s more than enough for me.

I was also thinking about doing some kit reviews. I’ve bought quite a lot of kit over the last year of running, much of it quite recently in preparation for the challenge. Most of it has been tested repeatedly and some of it to destruction. In the end, it’s been the comfortable things, rather than the useful ones that have had the most use and I’ve managed to do most of my running on a fairly student friendly shoestring. Watch out for the new kit reviews section, coming soon…

Tomorrow’s plan is for another short run, but I fancy getting a bit further afield, so I might toddle off down the road and see if there’s anywhere else round here to explore. Any suggestions from those of you with local knowledge will be very welcome!

Enjoy your weekend guys and gals…


Miles today: 3.02
Target: 15
Miles to date: 15.62
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Missing the seventh month anniversary

I’ve been so pre-occupied with the Brighton Marathon over the last week that the seven month anniversary of the three mile a day challenge totally passed me by! (It was on Tuesday)

I’ve been shifting at The Express today with a bit of a late finish so it’s too late now but I’ll do a bit of a round up of the seven months on tomorrow’s post.

I have uploaded the Brighton finish to YouTube though for anyone who wants to watch it.

Click here for a link to Garmin Connect for a Google Map and full details of the day’s run

Miles today: 3
Target: 648
Miles to date: 862.52

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