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It`s a great experience, I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
You have done the work so you will do well.I would say that for the next two weeks only make positive statements.Good luck.
Yes really looking forward to it Bob. And yes Jon really good advice about the positive statements , thanks, will do!
Hi Scott, It sounds like you are in a good place in your prep, both mentally and physically. I wish you all the best. Enjoy the Boston experience. I certainly did. Rob
Give yourself a pat on the back. Job almost done. Wish I was going with you. Really looking forward to all the updates that will follow. The map looks very cool, cooler if you'd been further left and had a sheep, cow or kiwi in the mix though.
Hi Scott, Looking forward to seeing how you go in Beantown. I heard on the RunRunLive podcast that as tough as the newton hills are there is another after that is a bitch. Might want to listen to some of those podcasts on your flight.
Good one Scott. Agree with what you said about this being your best preparation yet, so looking good for the 2:42 (or better with a tailwind, cool conditions etc). I've been reading Kathrine Switzer's book and she said the year she ran 2:51 she was hoping for sub-3 but cool conditions, a tailwind and positive attitude led to the big PB. She was amazed she had run that fast.Glad you're heading over early - jet lag will be 3 days or so. Try a few Irish pubs for me, but go easy on the ales ;-)