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In , Stark punched a sloth in the face when the animal did not want to No more tip toeing around if he is dangerous and threatening.


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And another footprint, as if someone were delicately tiptoeing towards the sloth, appears from another direction We are not talking about a.


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slide with utter sloth out of his seat, laze his way across the living room of the Once Anthony followed Little Ton, tiptoeing behind him, feeling like a fool.


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Sloth; Gluttony; Greed Robin Wasserman Now, too few hours later, even Miranda's careful tip- toes toward the bathroom sounded like elephant footfalls, slamming against the beer-saturated And then, right on cue, tiptoeing back to bed.


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tip-toeing past the living room and barged into my door with the slightest of not even a tiny crinkling of sound, and toppled onto my bed like a snoring sloth.


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I can run but I'm not doing sub 24 now I know already and knew since mile 0. So got it done. It's ridiculous. Was never that happy with how it felt, but did feel brighter even on the dimmer setting, in fact later on for no reason I can actually remember now I had it on dim for hours rather than bright. Not totally the way to prepare but I was being lazy. Always a valuable lesson, don't blindly follow runners, they might not know where they are going either! But manage that OK, grab my drop bag even though crewed I had one there with my stuff in and more in the car! OK bitch over about compulsory gear. I wander up to near the front as my plan is the same as all my plans. The pain in the butt with Centurion events is the compulsory kit you have to carry, and whilst I don't personally agree with it, it's the rules and I understand why they have them but I'm a big boy now so of course I comply with them. Whilst it wasn't as bad as TP in there was still way too much clag for me my new expression for slippy, sloppy, muddy trail which immediately slowed me from 8 minutes pace to arthritic sloth tip toeing around like Bambi on ice trying to keep upright, I really just do not have the ability or or confidence on anything single track, muddy, rooty, rocky or hilly for that matter. I didn't really have any goals, sub 24 would be nice, 26, yeah OK, get it done. I finally decide that it's a Goretex shoe day, I love the Hokas, but love dry feet more. I might as well train in gate opening skills than in running to improve times for example! Little walk was good, back to running and its OK, but really wish it wasn't hurting as its just gnawing away and I now I am paying attention every step to try to keep it level which is tricky in single track trail when wet and slippy and my pace starts to fall away a bit and then by mile 20 the walk breaks are starting. The first few miles are on road or dirt road so just easy stuff by the time you're on to anything remotely suspect you'd be too far to go back again! Like marching around with boxes of tissues under your feet stomping through little puddles like monster trucks! Meet Jez Isaac about mile 32 coming the other way of course! Laying in bed thinking, go to sleep you bastard you're not sleeping tomorrow, go to sleep, go to sleep, go to sleep. As is my wont I sit down for as long as possible before wandering off to the start a few yards up the road. I mean recarbing I'd never been remotely keen on Winter when it was in November as that meant a very short day hence a stupid long night! Oh well The night is beginning to loom up as the trail descends down some vertical slope which I know shortly is going to be a horrible uphill! I'm joking of course, I ran in to a gate full on early on which I thought was ajar rather than shut. Buckle 23 earnt! But anyway back to the plot there's a plot?!! It's not much of a plan. I have three GPS devices with me, so they'll come in handy along with the compass, two light sources at 10am? Roots and rocks? Although more "technical" what is a technical trail?! And for any Centurion folk reading this yes I do understand and always feel free to kit check me at any time! I am right off gates at the moment. I'm slowing down by now as getting a bit tired, ankle is sore and not really feeling very well. So I want to do milers so I'm there. No gates, all double, triple quadruple width trails, next to no mud, lovely tarmac, some very, very runnable downs. Just after this on a bit of clag I noticed that my ankle which had been troubling me since June and had been remarkably OK in recent weeks to be point of, ah, maybe that's gone away within the space of 50 feet went from very mild awareness to really rather painful. I've discovered that UK and European ultras tend to start off fast but even then I still need to be quite near the front to avoid getting held up and as we're into single track quite quickly don't want to be held up at the back. Nicely downhill, 8:xx pace and for about yards all is well, soon notice that its a bit puddle like, mmm Then some gates and then we're into single track and now its play the "let's keep upright" game and I remember why I don't like the Thames Path so much in places, for much of it, lovely wide tarmac trails. Now to be clear on this my "all in" and most people's "all in" are probably two poles apart, my minimum preparation is spending a couple of hours going over the route and getting the traces in my GPS devices and when I say going over the route I don't just take the supplied ones which to me are just general guides. Being very lucky I had Rachel drive up to Goring after a not great nights sleep why does this happen? But otherwise I was fairly unprepared and it being 4 loops of 25 miles from a central hub and having the good fortune of Rachel crewing for me meant I could just be lazy, throw everything in the car and play it by ear. Just go off as fast as I feel like I can go without pushing it for as long as I can. Huge, huge thanks to Rachel for her crewing and pacing duties 33 miles of dragging the sloth along! I was never that sold on W so never really prepared that well for it, never was "all in". I'm just never doing that at my current fitness and ability levels. I actually managed to go astray about mile 15, just following a group of runners rather than living on my trace and they missed a turn but only went maybe yards astray before I realised and we all sorted ourselves out. I'm an idiot. There were far too many people sitting around at Goring and I just felt like shouting out something like "come on you lot, time to go, get out the bloody door.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Winter done! Suffice to say I'll be sticking with this for now and although I'm really not terribly happy running at night at the best of times, let alone with a billion trip hazards I did feel I made a decent effort back to 50 in the dark. I am a flat track whacker Lights were on at 37 and iffy trail and night time, the arthritic sloth left me for dead! Which is then a vicious circle as I don't do the work to get better at them, so don't do them well and the circle continues until I decide to break it, which I suspect I won't because I don't like the trails much that the events are on. The saving grace was that it was going to warm, 17C during the day and only 15C at night, be breezy, so would be a bit chilly, but real mild so nothing to worry about. Whack, silly me! I ended up doing for the 50 which isn't great, but was at least moderately pleased that from I had texted Rachel to ask her to bring my Hokas for the third leg as I guessed correctly that it would be like leg two and not so muddy that I couldn't keep dry feet and these felt brilliant after 50 miles in "probably their last run" Salomons! The gate before had been ajar and I thought this one was too, but wasn't. And then a few minutes later avoiding clag my new word for rubbish trail I managed to wander in to a bramble bush giving me some nice bloody scratches on my arm. I'm 48 and now I am laying awake thinking, so how do you go to sleep? It's maybe only a quarter suspect on the first I need to train on this stuff and I don't so I continue to be useless on it, I appreciate its just me, I am almost flattened by Ed Catmur on his return leg as he is flying whilst I am being a fairy. If I'm being very honest though I was never that sold on the Centurion Slam and not even that sure I wanted to do Winter at all, let alone North Downs , even sitting here now afterwards I'm not that sure why I did it! I'm utterly hopeless! I go over it, small scale over satellite images and pull in the trace to the yard if I can. It then does mean I'm carrying a jacket I have no intention of ever wearing I have three others with me that I do and long tights that I didn't even bother opening the packet of, I wore shorts at Yellowstone at C, I reckon I can cope here, two maps, what for? New plan is get out of the 25 mile aid station under 5 hours, in a perfect world I'd have liked that to have been 4 hours. The bad news was the weather and the forecast in the week up to the event had gone from dreadfully wet, to wet, to not too bad back to wet again and the day was forecast to be pretty miserable, with a nice big dump of rain the night before. It's rained heavily overnight but it's been dry in September so may the trails will be OK. I guess though the difference between me and those who DNF'd for assorted reasons I only saw one person worthy of a DNF who couldn't physically move about mile 86, no idea what everyone elses excuse was is that I want these things, would have been easy to call this one quits early on, or at 50 with the prospect of maybe a 16 hour second 50, but the game here was simply to get out the aid station at 50 and get on with it, so that's what I did, 25 too early to quit, 75 too late and frankly I thought of the world that gets up and looks at what I am doing every morning and I wasn't prepared to write some lame excuse on here, or be sensible, you'd all understand of course, but I want buckles and challenges more than understanding. I'd actually been fairly sensible leading up to W read lazy as since Black River Run had done a couple of flat road marathons and if I'd done more than 10 training miles I'd be surprised, so was reasonably rested read seven pounds too heavy and was hoping that my legs would be OK and that generally I'd just be able to run along and magically produce a sub 24 time for a respectable finish. Although to be fair I'd probably have flattened him, he's half my weight! But there is a surprising amount of gates and muddy single track, surprising to me anyway! The good news though is that the rain has held off and the dunking we were going to get hasn't happened. I forget about the rubbish bits! Putting lots in, but nothing coming out which is never a good sign. Clearly many folk are doing a million times better than me at these events so its nothing to do with the events it's just me being useless! As usual we're off on the dot and away we go. But it can be done, just not by me! It was going to be one of "those" days. I know I want to get as far as I can in the daylight, it'll be dark not long after 6pm and its a long night ahead so the more that can be done in light the better but the harder I run the sorer the ankle gets, walk and it eases right off. I'd given these goals about 8 seconds thought. I'm dripping in calories but do feel a bit sick and my hydration doesn't seem right. Rachel kept me company for a mile or more as we left Goring back up on to the Ridgeway and I wonder how maybe people who called it a day at 50 realised how gentle leg three is compared to the others? She is now dozing, I am stuffing my face in McDonalds! Finished dead last in the Slam results mind you after another fairly ordinary Centurion performance, I am sure none of the team there today would believe I own 5 sub 24 hours finishes this year! My "A" plan which I had thought of 3 seconds before giving Rachel an ETA for my 50 mile stop at Goring it's pointless being crewed early at a when there are aid stations every 6 miles or so was to knock out a sub 10 hour 50 and then grind out a second Wasn't too long before I realised that wasn't happening, miles were ticking by OK, but not quite as quickly as I would like and then ran into a gate which didn't improve my mood. Have a nice chat with folk, look at the gloom, its forecast to basically rain all day and then clear up, few showers in the night. Damned if I know, I think its just a term people use to make running along on anything that isn't tarmac sound a bit double hard than TP it's rather nicer, far fewer gates for starters and nicely winding through woods which in the nice afternoon weather is good, at night I am thinking this is the land of trip hazards! If there is Google Street View of the area where an aid station is, then I'm taking a look at that. This race was pretty much sorted in the first yards when we hit the junk trail known as the Thames Path! And at the The problem with brightness is that basically equates to weight and the heavier a headtorch is the more it needs to fit right I suspect. You can tell neither of us is that bothered about time now as we actually stop to chat and this is too early to be stopping and chatting. I can't even fathom what I was thinking of now! I am patting myself on the back though for choosing the right shoes, feet remain nicely dry.