“I wasn’t meant to be here.” That’s what I thought as I stood on the start line of the Comrades Marathon 9,000 miles away from home in Durban, South Africa. And in truth I wasn’t, this was never meant to be on the cards. But despite everything I’d made it and here I was on […]Read more "Comrades 2018"
It’s been a very long time. Nearly 9 months since I last blogged in anger to be exact. I’ve been a tad busy and the year has gotten away from me. I briefly tried my hand at podcasting but even that became too time consuming and has had to go on the back-burner for a […]Read more "It’s been a long time…"
Last year we ran our first set of virtual run/walks to tie in with baby loss and sudden infant death awareness week. Over October we had a fantastic 110 runners take part in the event raising over £1000 for Kicks Count and Tommy’s This year the donations will continue to go to Kicks Count who […]Read more "UK Baby Loss and Sudden Infant Death Awareness Week 2018 – Virtual Run/Walk"
It’s been another great year in terms of my running. I set goals at the start of the year and I managed to hit them all. January saw me take part in the Inskip Half Marathon and set a new half marathon PB of 1:33.18…and ended up with a snazzy new bobble hat. February saw […]Read more "2017 – A review of favourite/notable races"
Over the past couple of months I’ve taken part in some other runs that deserve a little shout-out. 30th Anniversary Star Trek The Next Generation Run First up was the 30th Anniversary Star Trek The Next Generation Run hosted by Full Medal Runs The qualifying run had to be of 10k distance or more in […]Read more "The Also Rans"
“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old, Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun, and in the morning We will remember them.” The Windmill 10k has become another favourite on my racing calendar. 2016 was the first year of […]Read more "Windmill 10k review – Sunday 12th November 2017"
It goes without saying that I’ve fallen in love with Chester Marathon. After all, it was my marathon debut in 2013 and I’ve been back a few times since. My finish times for the event are as follows: 2013 (Marathon debut) – 4:20.47. The wheels fell off around 18 miles and I didn’t, yet, have […]Read more "Chester Marathon review – Sunday 8th October 2017."