The Ultrarunning Thread


#61

You leave the buggy at the side of the lake / river and use a sling. Simples.


#62

Greek food is unreal. The best I ever had was in this tiny Greek restaurant in Bamberg in Germany. I’m thinking strongly of going on my next proper holiday to Greece.


#63

There was a decent enough Greek restaurant in Steamboat Quay about 10 years ago, there was never a sinner in there. :pensive:
I saw a lovely looking market stall in Blackrock village in Cork last Sunday, think it was Greek and Lebanese grub, have you tried this @ChocolateMice? I assume they’re on the market circuit.

Oh and you’d want your head examined to be running 100 miles or the like, fucking nuts.


#64

Get him posting on here. Would be good competition for @myboyblue


#65

A proper Greek taverna is the job. With plenty of Raki.


#66

Robbins speaks:


#67

Syrian and Afghan food is very good over there too I believe.


#68

It’s easy enough to recover from running imaginary marathons.


#69

Ah here, that’s ridiculous. If you can’t trust a man posting on an anonymous internet forum where can you trust him? Indicates an unhealthy amount of cynicism.@Tassotti running exploits are a tour de force.


#70

I fucking knew it. You did that sub 25 min 5k on the bike, didn’t you??
You cheating prick.


#71

Marathon Des Sables starts on Friday


#72

Will be checking in on this over the weekend. Doesn’t it take 5 or 6 days?


#73

6 days


#74

They say distance running is all in the mind


#75

Best of luck with it mate.


#76

Great news for the board’s ultra runners


#77

deary me

@caoimhaoin we have a poster here that needs to be educated


#78

OOOOOOFT


#79

So if you ran for 4 hours a day you’d never die? Hard to argue with that


#80

@Tassotti is going to live forever.