Mum runner.

I ran my first 10k race today and I completed it in a time I’m very proud of. (1 hour and nine minutes) It was the first time I’d ever attempted this distance too.
The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k is a beautiful run that takes you all the way up to the Mumbles and back, and I made it. The kids and Myles were there to wave me in at the end.

pooped

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Posted on September 21, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. Well done, I did my first 10km earlier this year in just over an hour too!

  2. Well done, Angie! It sounds like a beautiful course, although personally, I’d rather sit in a bowl of cold custard ( I like custard) than run a road race!.. I’m more of a cycling gal. I hope Team Angie had plenty of jaffa cakes waiting for you!x

  3. Congratulations love! Xxx

  4. Congratulations Angie!! I ran my first 5K earlier in the summer. A 10K is next on my list! Xx

  5. Great achievement, well done you! 🙂

  6. Well done. I did a little 5K the other weekend with a friend ad got a huge buzz from it, it was fab to do something for me (without that sounding selfish) and to have the kids cheer me on was so great. :O)

  7. thanks Angie – think I will give it a go…! x

  8. Wow, well done! I’m building up to 5km, and surprised at how much I like running compared with how much I thought I hated it!?

    • It’s a funny love-hate thing isn’t it. There are some days I have to drag myself out of bed and wonder why on earth I am doing this but running along while the sun rises and it all makes sense 🙂

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