Anyone out running today..?

I was thinking of doing a mid-paced tempo - 4:15 =/- along the river of around Tan.

Meet 12:30 at pillars.

Let me know by 12:10 or forever hold your peace.
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Sunday’s Geelong training run:
12km
OFFICIAL TIME
Finish Flag 00:49:29
Overall Rank 45 (of 1142)
Category Rank 2 (of 89) for my age group
Gender Rank 8 (of 489) if all women
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The forecast is 30 today, so great weather for a beach run with some waboba action. Meet at 12:20pm on Spencer St between Jeff’s Shed and Crown. ... See MoreSee Less

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Apparently there was an elite athletes conference at Melbourne Airport yesterday 😂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Is there a date set for the 5 milers relay? Planning ahead and hoping work commitments will fit in. Cheers Chez ... See MoreSee Less

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Anyone running docklands at lunch? ... See MoreSee Less

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Think that "female" was a fellow Miler...no names mentioned 😂😂😂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Sunday run option in the Dandenong's. Starting from the carpark opposite Poet's lane (just off Sherbrooke Rd). 2 hours of running, probably 22/23km, as per course link with a couple of extra kms chucked on at the end.

Start time flexible, anytime from 7 am to 8 am if I can get some company.

www.strava.com/activities/459033714
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Hi ladies, I have registered a MMM group for the Carman's Run on 3 December. The group's name is Melbourne Midday Milers and the password is pillars (all lower case). Samantha Flanders ... See MoreSee Less

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Another Melbourne Marathon report is now available for your reading pleasure from Scotty Scott Smith.

Enjoy.

www.middaymilers.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Melbourne17ScottSmith.pdf
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Rory Heddles created an event for Melbourne Midday Milers. ... See MoreSee Less

2018 Melbourne Marathon Sub 3 Train

October 14, 2018, 7:00am - October 14, 2018, 9:59am

A closed group for those looking to improve from 3+ hour PBs to sub 3 in 2018 - add any other Milers you know who fit into this category and let's compare training diaries 🙂

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Long run Sunday. Meet out front of MSAC at 7:00am on round about near lakeside front entrance . 21 km circuit with options for more or less if required. I will be doing an early lap of the Lake starting at 6:30AM ... See MoreSee Less

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Just when you thought there couldn’t be another SLR option for Sunday, Ben Briggs and I doing Easy Bayside SLR tomorrow commencing 7:50 (24k) from Sandridge Lifesaving Club Carpark Port Melbourne, and sweeping past car park again at 8:30 (remaining 16k) followed by dip in the bay. Hairstyles to be on-point, good times guaranteed. ... See MoreSee Less

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Eaglemont LR tomorrow 7:30am from the tennis courts if anyone is keen. ... See MoreSee Less

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Karkarook 1 yr anniversary.
A few MMM tourists in attendance
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I just signed up lady Milers. Did we/do we have a team? ... See MoreSee Less

The Carman's Women's Fun Run is happening in St Kilda on December 3rd. Walk, run, just have fun! All in support of Breast Cancer Network Australia. Sign up now!

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It's a Friday Profile Special to send you off into the weekend on a happy note.

Enjoy reading the wonderful Amy Yeo 'bugs' Yeo's profile.
www.middaymilers.org/profiles/
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Anyone going to Albert Park ParkRun? ... See MoreSee Less

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For anyone interested in a change of scenery I will be heading to Lillydale Lake parkrun on Saturday. ... See MoreSee Less

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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.

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