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asics 5 winners

Posted: 16/10/2014 at 11:18

I'm still here ... lurking

Giants Head Marathon 2015

Posted: 20/08/2014 at 15:04

I'm in!! Have been eyeing this run up for a couple of years and this year it doesn't clash with anything in my diary! Hooray!!

See you all at the campsite!!

‎Plantar fasciitis and training

Posted: 14/08/2014 at 11:50

Hi Diki,

I had PF in my right foot before TR24 this year. I had physio twice on it and was really strict on doing the ball (or can!) rolling on the ball of my foot. I did hardly any running (and what I did was on trail only) and swam and did cross training instead.

The physio helped hugely (although it made it a lot more sore for about 4-5 days afterwards) and I did fine in the races and (touch wood!) the PF seems to have gone although I'm restricting running on roads until I'm 100% sure!

Good luck! And get that physio booked in!!

First Time Triathlon - What to Wear!

Posted: 06/08/2014 at 15:49


I did my first triathlon at kimbolton 3 weeks ago and wore a swimsuit with ordinary shorts over the top and a sports bra underneath. Worked fine and didn't cause any problems or chafing. Used baggier shorts rather than capris and a lightweight bra. Didn't seem to slow me down not having a trisuit althought the running swimsuit pics were awful as expected

Husband (or Wife!) Tracker

Posted: 01/05/2014 at 12:38

I use Find My Phone. I like to know that I can be found if I get hit by a car and end up in the ditch! Or much more likely ... I get lost and need a lift home!

Apparently Garmin are now offering some sort of pay-for service you can be tracked on. Think it's PC to Garmin but I didn't look into it as I take my phone when I run.

My #asics262 journey to Paris: Sub-3:30 Malcolm

Posted: 10/04/2014 at 13:38

Amazing report Malcs!!

You did so well! Really felt for you when you mentioned the calf problem - that must have been horrendous feeling it that early on ... but well done on pushing through and nailing your target!! Testamanet to your stubborness!! Well done!!


Posted: 10/04/2014 at 13:25

I tend to think how much I need a wee for a large proportion of my long runs which is usually a bit offputting. Also whether that nasty-looking dog is going to bite me.

Good timing though: 

My #asics262 journey to Paris: Sub-3:30 Malcolm

Posted: 06/04/2014 at 18:50

Brilliant running! And especially with a calf problem!! Wow!! Well done! Knew you'd be FANTASTIC!! Yep agree - Steve is a superstar! Have so much respect for him.

Have a brilliant evening tonight celebrating!!

My #asics262 journey to Paris: Sub-3:30 Malcolm

Posted: 04/04/2014 at 10:56

Hey Malcs

Wishing you the very best of luck … not that you need it as you are going to be BRILLIANT!! You'll love the course and the support is brilliant. Remember you're not allowed to stop and walk … Steve will be watching

Have an amazing time. Can't wait to hear how fantastic you've been and how much you've enjoyed it. You've put the training in … the race is the fun part. AND you get a medal at the end.

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