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Man really should start training for City to Bay

With a week to go until he plans on running 12km, Michael Walker of Glynde figures he should really start training.

‘I signed up as a work thing back in March’, Michael explained ‘but haven’t yet managed to find the time to go for a run’.

First few runs I’ll just do a kilometre or so to ease me into it, by the end of the week I should be able to run 10 k’s probably

Picking up some new running shoes on sale at SportsPower last night, Michael is now fully committed and has his training plan set.

‘First few runs I’ll just do a kilometre or so to ease me into it, by the end of the week I should be able to run 10 k’s probably, I’m not really even sure how long that is, but I should be right’.

When asked about the last time he ran, Michael replied ‘I got a bronze in the 800m at the 1996 Athelstone Primary School sports day, so I should be right. Planning is key though, I’ve spent months planning a fake family emergency to happen the morning of the run’.

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