星期日, 12月 11, 2005

You Will Not Manage to Make It!

The KLIM 1st circuit run this morning, poor response instead.

There were only 3 candidates in Women Open Full Marathon category, me, Phyllis and a professional runner. Registration fee will be sponsored by AmBank for the first 3 places in each category. Basically there was no competition at all among three of us and we all knew the result even without racing.

Yes, I got the LAST! (hahahah…) and 3 of us will be sponsored by AmBank in KLIM Marathon 2006 :P

I only managed to finish 4 laps in 53 minutes. When I came to the marking point in 53 minutes, the officer told me that I have only 7 minutes left, and then next he said,

‘You can stop now, because you will not manage to make it for another lap in 7 minutes…’

I was like
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Well, I was a bit upset because of the word ‘you will not manage to make it!’ Although I know I won’t be able to finish 5 laps in 1 hour, but you just can’t stop me from running or completing my 5th lap! :(

Fine then, you motivated in different way. I felt stressed in running this morning caused all are elite runners. This inspired me to train harder if I want a better performance in KLIM 2006 3 months later.

This is the first time I met with few of the web bloggers in the pacemakers network for example PM1, Runwitme and Dinesh, and the most fantastic, Martin who can recognized me ran in Shah Alam Lake!


NEXT Circuit run - 07th January 2006, Saturday (Full-2hr, Half-1hr 30min)

4 則留言:

fhlim 提到...

Blueameba,

Wah! So good. Free entry for KLIM 2006.

Don't worry. You will definitely perform better in KLIM. You should not feel stressed whenever you are running. Just try to run without pressure and you will perform better. (This was what I did in Songkhla 2005)

Barring any unforseen circumstances, I think you could easily improve your timing as compared to the timing you achieved in Singapore marathon.

fhlim 提到...

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Wan Lin 提到...

This is the problem of a typical Malaysian with the wrong attitude towards sports. If I were you, I will ask the officer "balik kampung". He is so unprofessional!!!

Is the guy coming from FTAAA? If that is the case, he should encourange the runners to finish the run instead of giving up. Have you even heard any one in Singapore Marathon who asked you to give up?

Don't worry. It takes more than one day to build up the Rome. While running with you in UM campus last Friday, I found that your speed was quite slow. I guess your training for long distance running is not enough yet. But, this really takes time. May be you can try to speed up your running in each training. Or, you can try to join other running groups. When you pace with faster runners, your speed will improve as well.

Tey 提到...

阿美巴:

加油哦!若在LSD需要我配速,儘管開口!有機會幫忙,這是至上的光榮!

祝妳隆馬破五零零大關!