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Posted 17 May 2019
byPaul Zaleski

Paul Zaleski’s Marathon Training Diary | The Final Week

Paul Zaleski preparing for Exeter Marathon







After all the training and blogging, the time has finally come for Paul to take to the running ‘stage’ on Sunday and complete the Exeter Marathon. Here’s how the final week of prep has been going in Paul’s words…

It’s actually been a pretty easy week as all of the miles that are going to make any difference on Sunday have already been run so it’s more about taking it easy and carb-loading toward the end of the week!

The new Tozers’ running shirts have arrived so I’ll be making sure I’ve got all of my kit ready to go on the morning of the race as it will no doubt be a rush to get fuelled and out quickly, which means making sure I’m stocked up on bananas, energy chews and the obligatory Vaseline!

Fortunately I double checked the start time as I had assumed we’d all be setting off at 9am so realising I in fact needed to be ready to go at 8.45am was lucky as I’m expecting to be finishing far enough down the field as it is without giving everyone else a 15 minute head start!

The best of luck to Paul and to everyone else taking part in the City Community Trust running festival in Exeter! Look out for the Tozers’ water station on Bridge Road.

Paul is running in the Exeter Marathon to raise money for Tozers’ charity of the year, Age UK Exeter. If you would like to donate, please visit his JustGiving page here.

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Paul Zaleski

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