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Trinity too soft???

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1 Trinity too soft??? on Sat Mar 01, 2014 1:57 pm

Clint Anderson


Happy to run on a soft track every now and then, looks after the joints! However, it does fatigue your muscles more than firm tracks. Guess it's a catch 22!
Love to run there again next year if its on the cards. Being a long circular track (450m around I was told on the day), mainly bends and little to no straight, at 300m and 400m pace it makes it tricky to pass. The surface is also not conducive to fast times either. Next year, could one or the other (i.e. 300/400m) be replaced with a 550m event please? Especially since I and a few other MD runners I have spoken to, had no choice but to boycott running at Stonnington this year due to the removal of what was once a good 550m race.

Trinity definitely worth another go in 2015!

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