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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    *marathon*
    Got anything worthwhile to add? Have you actually ran a full or half marathon?

    Maybe put the time you spend on worthless posts into your own training and log.





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    Quote Originally Posted by steveP View Post
    Got anything worthwhile to add? Have you actually ran a full or half marathon?

    Maybe put the time you spend on worthless posts into your own training and log.
    Lol, you are good value.


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    Shutup steve

    For you........- The marathon is a long-distance running event with an official distance of 42.195 kilometres -

    I think it's the same in melbourne



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    Marathon distances can be arbitrary. I've seen "half marathons" range between 10 and 25 kms. But continue arguing over semantics, it's what you guys do best.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    Its a sport, expect injuries you doofus.
    Most sports you try and be at least half decent at it. How many good 100kg marathon runners you seeing.

    If it's worth being shit at a sport and being injured, go for it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by steveP View Post
    Marathon distances can be arbitrary. I've seen "half marathons" range between 10 and 25 kms. But continue arguing over semantics, it's what you guys do best.
    Just pulling your chain steve, all in jest



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza20 View Post
    Most sports you try and be at least half decent at it. How many good 100kg marathon runners you seeing.

    If it's worth being shit at a sport and being injured, go for it.
    I agree.

    And 100kg is way too heavy to run a marathon, asking for trouble.


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    Quote Originally Posted by steveP View Post
    Marathon distances can be arbitrary. I've seen "half marathons" range between 10 and 25 kms. But continue arguing over semantics, it's what you guys do best.

    Just chill buddy, if that's possible.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza20 View Post
    Most sports you try and be at least half decent at it. How many good 100kg marathon runners you seeing.

    If it's worth being shit at a sport and being injured, go for it.
    The way I understand the OP is tbat it's a one off event, I don't think he's talking about taking it up as a sport but as usual you bastards start banging on about professional sports and athletes



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    Yes it's a one off event but it's not a casual walk in the park. 42kms of solid running at 100kg will crucify your joints. Not to mention the hundreds of kms he would have racked up between now and then to have a hope of finishing.

    People die from this chit. Its not something you should just cruise in to all blasť about.
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