With both my pregnancies I felt very tired in the early weeks. This is really normal and it's probably because you are making a whole new person in your tummy - that has got to take it out of you. With my first pregnancy I stopped running, but with the second one I carried on until about 32 weeks. I found that running in the first trimester helped boost my energy levels, I just slowed my running pace. So you might find that just getting out the door and running will help. Maybe change your aim from training for and racing a ten mile race, to running a few times a week and keeping healthy, if you are struggling with you get up and go.
I am 4 foot 11 and have done a fair bit of research on this in the past few weeks. I have gone for a Felt. They do a "petite"size which has 650c wheels, but the gears compensate for the smaller wheels.You can get a bike from the Z range for £1, 500.
Hello - I hope someone can help! I am running Paris for the first time next week. On top of the usual pre-race day nerves, I am now in panic mode because I haven't been sent a race pack from the organisers. Should I have received one by now? I have an email giving me my race number but that's it!