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  • #4755
    Ian S
    Keymaster

    Seen again at 27 ish. Now parked up waiting for her, she will ill need headtorch. Its foggy, very windy

    Pics later, barely any reception, 

    #4757
    Vangelis
    Participant

    Daaaaarn, I missed this! Sounds crazy -i.e. fantastic. I.e very Sharnie-esque! Best of luck! Goooooooo Sharnie! \o/\o/\o/\o/

    #4758
    Richard Woodfield
    Participant

    21:40 I like it!  Judging by Sharnie’s position there appears to be road(s) ahead that are going pretty much directly away from Haltwhistle – very little wastage of effort.  So, assuming the plan is max distance rather than max height or max island hopping  I would say the plan is looking good.

    On these dot watching events nearly always seem to end up with some runners speeding down the motorway with their trackers still on!

    Sadly I won’t be able to watch much more during the event as I’ll be out tomorrow morning.

     

     

    #4759
    JillyMP
    Participant

    Are you allowed to trespass? I’d nip across the farmers fields and through back gardens.

    I’m up here in the Costa del Cumbria, first time ever.  I honestly think it’s a myth… very drizzly, damp and cold. Hope Sharnie is warm.and dry 🏃‍♀️

    #4760
    Dawn Jordan
    Participant

    <p style=”text-align: right;”>And we’re on our way to the Costa right now for a whole week.. Sharnie looks to be going well. Nice trip to Loch Lomond looks in her sights now!</p>

    #4761
    Ian S
    Keymaster

    It’s a bit grim up north. Wet and windy, but not cold. This pic is Sharon’s 45 mile point, but remember,  the mileage you see on the tracker is as the crow flies, not actual miles run. So when I last saw her, she had ran 48 miles, but 35 as crow flies.

    She’s in a good happy place though, plodding on and enjoying it all. I wont see her again till morning.

    #4762
    Richard Woodfield
    Participant

    Atmospheric pic, Ian!  Looks like Sharnie is heading next up for Moffat and may well be the second person to break outside the 50 mile circle.  I guess by the end of the race she could easily end up over 40 miles (as the crow flies) away from any other participant.  Bedtime beckons for non participants…

    #4763
    MrsPanic!
    Participant

    She is doing so well!! What a great route she’s picked for this and 2nd place !! Go Sharnie !!!

    #4764
    Ian S
    Keymaster

    Seen at 67 event miles ( as crow flies) but 85 ish actual miles ran. Had a few rough patches overnight,  feet are wet and starting to hurt. Change of shoes, socks, dry top etc and restocked food and water.

    Mentally in a good happy place and ready to tackle todays miles.

    #4765
    Vicky Pixi
    Keymaster

    Wow- doing incredible!! Now shes fed, watered with new dry biu cy shoes he feet will be ok? GO SHARNIE!!!!

    #4766
    meercat58
    Participant

    Awesome Sharnie hope the weather is a bit kinder today 🙂

    #4767
    Ian S
    Keymaster

    Only 1 mile between 1st & 2nd

    #4768
    Vicky Pixi
    Keymaster

    bloomin heck – YOU GOT THIS Sharnie!!!

    #4770
    Sharon McShane
    Participant

    Looks like she’s doing a fantastic job,  know you’ve both done lots of these type of things involving running through the night on your own but I still can’t get over how mentally strong you’d have to be  – go Sharnie! !!

    #4771
    Dawn Jordan
    Participant

    Looking good this morning so far. Incredible but not sure what the weather has in store today?

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