American: My goal is just to finish.
British: My aim is just to get 'round.
American: The course is hilly, with a muddy part.
British: The course is undulating, with a boggy bit.
American: Wear your team singlet.
British: Wear your club vest.
American: Good job!
British: Well done!
American: How did you do?
British: How did you get on?
American: I was fifth.
British: I came fifth.
American: That race sucked.
British: That race was rubbish.
American: There's a workout on Tuesday.
British: There's a session on Tuesday.
American: They gave me lots of running clothes.
British: They gave me loads of kit.
American: Race against Cambridge
British: Take on the dirty Tabs.
Merely so that others will understand what I am saying, I now talk like this as best I can. I will try to change back when I return to the U.S., or else I'll be both trendy and annoying.