URGENT: One runner needed for tomorrow's relay. Malibu is unwell and would prefer not to run with Tokyo in 3 weeks.

If you're any chance of running tomorrow, or need more information, contact me ASAP. You'll have a great day and get some huge fitness benefits.

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Sun 7:30 Eaglemont 28k incl Plenty rolling hills on return trip, if anyone is interested. ... See MoreSee Less

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5M's form guide now available. I'll email it to all participants as well, along with final instructions for Sunday.

Captains, your study time starts.....NOW!

www.middaymilers.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/5ms2016formguide.pdf
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Guys I have listened to you and yoga happening on Wednesdays at 12:30pm near the Tan behind the boat sheds until the weather gets cold. Thanks to James Chiriano for organising the permit.

I hope to see you there.

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Express Yoga at the Tan- Wed Lunch Times

February 17, 2016, 12:30pm - February 17, 2016, 1:10pm

Royal Botanical Gardens - The Tan

Are you ready to get more mobile and feel calmer? You were born to move but perhaps your ITB is nagging at you, or your hamstrings feel like wood, or you just need an extra spark. Join me in the 40mi...

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Speed dating J.C Style, not that I'd ever speed date. ... See MoreSee Less

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There are a couple of alternate sessions tomorrow if people are interested. There will be a group doing 3x3km from the Pillars off either a 15:30 or 15:45 time cycle. In addition to this session, JC (and possibly Pamela) will be doing 1x3km / 1x2km / 2x1km, again starting from the Pillars. Rather than write a thesis on how this session works, if anyone is seriously interested in joining them, then just shoot me a FB message/email and I can explain. Otherwise rock on down to the tan tomorrow for a 12:30 start and I can brief everybody then. ... See MoreSee Less

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Do any milers have a recommended physio in Melb cbd? Lower back causing me grief (with early morning visit to hospital) so will need physio to get moving again Cheers ... See MoreSee Less

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Anyone up for a Docks run today, meet 12:30pm @ southern end of Princes Bridge. ... See MoreSee Less

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Park Run results:

Albert Park:

3 Stephen PAINE 17:29 VM40-44 Age Grade % 78.65 %

Westerfolds Park:

1 Simon TU 18:09 VM40-44 75.76 %, new PB

Maribyrnong:

2 Mark PURVIS 18:21 VM55-59 85.92 %

Frog Hollow:

1 Dan LANGELAAN 18:47 VM35-39 71.07 %

Coburg:

23 Gary O'DWYER 22:47 VM55-59 68.03 %

Rhodes, NSW:

1 Nigel PRESTON 17:04 SM30-34 76.17 %
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Anyone else doing Wkk tomorrow? I'll probably be out for at least one early lap, either 6.35 or 6.55. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just a reminder there will be a large group of us having a crack at Park Run (Albert Park) on Saturday 13th February. It would be great to see as many Milers down there as possible to paint the lake red. Hopefully the conditions are favourable, and there can be plenty of PBs to be had!! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Milers: Front, Middle and back 😀 ... See MoreSee Less

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Registrations NOW OPEN for Melbourne Marathon 2016. Who's In? ... See MoreSee Less

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The Race Guide for Sunday has now been placed on the website (link below). The guide details key information for the day and a map of each run leg.

My recommendation is that all runners attending this Sunday familiarise themselves with the Race Guide in advance of Sunday's race. In particular, take note of the runner and driver instructions for each of the run legs so we avoid the dreaded 'lost runner' syndrome that has been common in recent 5M's.

Later this week we'll distribute the highly anticipated form guide, key for the captains to do some homework on team selection, but a bloody good read for everyone else.

www.middaymilers.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/2016NARraceguide.pdf
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Can anyone help me with what sessions the Milers are doing today and Thursday? It doesn't seem to be online yet. Thank you 🙌 ... See MoreSee Less

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I'm unable to run on Thurs and Fri so thinking I may target a longer session tomorrow (my first run in my new city office). If anyone fancies either 10k steady (I'll be roughly @ 4:05ish) or 4 x 2k (off 10 mins) around the two bridges, then company will be welcome. Meet at pillars at normal time if keen. ... See MoreSee Less

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Shane Fielding shared irun.org.au's photo to the group: Melbourne Midday Milers. ... See MoreSee Less

Big news story today by Scott Gullan revealing that distance great Craig Mottram will attempt to make his fifth Olympics in the marathon. He will probably need to run sub 2:15 in London to qualify, as...

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The Melbourne Midday Milers

The Midday Milers offer city workers an informal but structured lunch-time training program. The group meets at 12:30pm each weekday at the Tan Track, only a five-minute jog from the Flinders St / Swanston St intersection. All levels of runners are welcome to join us for a variety of casual, easy runs on Monday, Wednesday and Friday or more intense, speed / fartlek / hill sessions on Tuesday and Thursday. To ensure we cater for all standards of runners,  the Tuesday and Thursday sessions have dedicated A and B groups. To see how this works, refer to our fortnightly Training Program.

The famous Tan Track is one of Melbourne’s most picturesque running venues. We start most runs from the “Pillars of Wisdom” – on the Tan Track just south of the Swan St Bridge.

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