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We've got our first virtual challenge bit of romance to report. Coach Whitby has logged a 5 miler and he reports bumping into DGB en route before spending some mileage running with each other on opposite sides of the road. I'm getting teary eyed just thinking about it. Hope you weren't talking about insurance products boys!


The liaison has clearly put a spring in the step of the Pocket to Socketers as they have eliminated the deficit to their Minster Inn rivals and taken a small lead. On the day when the Grand National was due to be run it looks like P2S are showing everyone what thoroughbreds they are. Can they stay the course?


Team Minster Inn are busy licking their wounds as they thought they had an unassailable lead. It was nice resting by the side of the rue when their rivals came storming past, ably lead by Danny who has logged some big mileage and put in a claim covering a few days. A bit like the colleague at work who doesn't claim mileage expenses for months and then chucks a 9mth claim in just before their holidays.


So where are we? Both teams are 147 miles into Leg 2 with P2S in front by 0.14 miles. Tight as.


Both teams find themselves 75 miles outside of Paris in the picturesque town of Milly Sur Therain. Here's some photos I've just taken of it on my morning run.






See you all in Paris later today!

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