Parkrun was -wet- yesterday morning. Squishy, muddy and with big puddles. A great test for a gyppy knee with uneven ground, wet gravel, wet tree roots and big puddles to wriggle 'round and leap over.
To cut the story short, my knee was completely fine. I had to stop once on each lap to do up a lace that had come undone (annoyingly, my trainers designated for muddy running are the only ones without elastic laces), which cost me around 25s overall. And I put in a time of 25:40, which if you take off the 25s for titting about with shoes and take into consideration the leaping and swerving, is a non-shabby time for me as my current PB for that course is 25:08.
I was good and iced my knee after the run - the nerve is quite inflamed and hot and still needs attention. And there was no data point of having cycled before running, but it's a promising start to have been able to run 5km with no problems at all, less than a week after not being able to even hobble very well on that knee.