10 and a bit km in 1:27:04.9. At the end of the race I wasn’t happy with my time as I did the Bridge to Brisbane in 2008 in 1:24:16. Talking to people after the race and comparing times when they released this afternoon I feel better about my time. Still I want to my next 10km in under 1:20:00.
Leading up to the event, my #1 concern was the humidity in the tunnel. Turns out that concern was very well founded. It was an absolute stinker in the tunnel, the fans are quite spaced out and they were operating at different speeds. It was an absolute relief passing under some of them and no relief passing under others. This is what it says on the Clem7 website.
Will it be humid or uncomfortable in the tunnel?
Conditions inside the tunnel are dependent on conditions outside the tunnel. There are a number of jet fans inside the tunnel which will be operating to keep air flowing through the race.
Yeah the tunnel is designed for motor vehicle traffic typically with aircon not 5000 people completing a 10km!
These are the time comparisons I mentioned before. Quite interesting to see, would be cool to do a bigger comparison but it is a slow task.
Name_______________Clem7 2010_____Bridge to Brisbane 2009
HINTSA MEBRAHTU_____00:32:56.2 _____00:31:25
My time also might have been a little quicker if I didn’t take photos (I only took one photo doing the Bridge to Brisbane) but we have to have photos!
Waiting for 6am to come around, isn’t the dawn light glorious?
To those who sponsored me a really big thank you!
Till next time 😀
4 Replies to “Clem7 completed”
I think you did well to finish – I know I would struggle. That dawn shot is magnificent too.
Good piccies you took of yourself and yes we do need some piccies taken during the actual fun run.
Good onya Helen,
from a fellow plodder
(sometimes with a camera too)