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  • JonInVB:
    This was an epic fail. Suffered from massive blistering and bailed after getting to Richmond. Wound up walking last 20 miles and called it off. Never had blistering this bad on both feet. Still trying to figure out what happened there. Oh well!
  • jamiesonhatt:
    The group of Jamieson Hatt, Casey Thivierge and Derek Mulhall will be attempting an FKT of the Thames Valley Trail on Sunday, May 20/2018. It will be a self supported attempt starting in Southwold and ending in St Mary’s. I will be carrying a… read more »
  • Nathan Broom:
    Troy, thanks for posting this back in 2013. Your post was the best (only?) information I could find about running this trail when I started looking. I ran it in sections first, and then in one go--though more slowly than you and Mike. It's a great … read more »
  • pbakwin:
    Here's a bit more info on Mick Kennish-Ward's on-going (started May 11) self-supported JOGLE attempt: https://bpj.org.uk/2018/05/worcester-black-pear-jogger-attempts-to-beat… Mick seems to have made 258 miles in the first 5 days. Andy Hind also… read more »
  • pbakwin:
    I wouldn't trust google maps to show the correct distance for a footpath. Look at the FKT reports. Rob Erskine's GPS track shows 95 miles. And, no, it does not go to Katahdin.

 

 

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