@mia79gbr thanks very much for the inspiration #Runchat

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A posting inspired by Sarah over at dreaming of footpaths I decided to try and put all my race T-Shirts and my winners race hoody on all in one go too. 28 running shirts later and I looked like a blue version of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters! I hope my fellow runners fancy a go too, ps… I could barely breathe – thanks Sarah 🙂

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  1. mia79gbr said:

    I think this is the way forward. In fact I think you should try running a race like this. Think of your pride as you can show off your 28 Tshirts, assorted medals and restricted breathing to all of the other runners. 🙂

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