Anyone had any PBs recently?

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Re: Anyone had any PBs recently?

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Ian Bee wrote: Sat May 13, 2023 3:38 pm I was just paddling initially, then thought I'd have a go at a negative split. No prizes for guessing when I though a decent time was on the cards :lol:
The PBs that creep up on you are the best… no pressure or stress, and no risk of blowing up early… just that pleasant thought that “this could be on”. Only then does the pain begin :twisted:

Nice one Ian =D> =D> =D>
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Great row Ian at an impressively low rating, you know what acknowledging that you didn't work hard throughout means 'though, :twisted: when are you going for it for real?
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Thanks chaps - and yes I sadly agree the implications are that I do need to have another focused go at this distance.....

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