Oh really, who's that? I couldn't find an entry system at http://www.highterrainevents.co.uk/24.html
and no familiar faces at the FB event either... one of my club mates said she wanted to go to Lake District, but I don't think she ended up doing so.
I was out this weekend with a guy who's doing Sweden Sky Race, 100 km and 6000 height meters. http://www.swedenskyrace24.se/about-english/general/
. I wouldn't do that even if I was paid for it right now. Reason? I've turned very competitive
Doing a long, tough and wild race is appealing in theory. But doing it without being properly prepared isn't appealing at all. I can't travel for hours every day to reach a realistic environment for training. I kind of wish I lived in Tromsoe, like Emilie Forsberg. I think I'd do a lot of crazy mountain races if I did. But I live in flat city, built on ten-fifteen islands, surrounded by water. So right now I'm realistic. I focus on getting fast and I avoid sky running events.
Training so far this week:
Mon: 10 km morning jog, 4:44
Mon: 15 km trail running, 5:44
Tue: 6x1500m, 60 sec rest. The guy I ran with started off fast, I hung on and he quit early. So my intervals got slower and slower.
3:18, 3:29, 3:26, 3:29, 3:27, 3:33. 5+6 km jog before and after so 20 km total.