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blog. If you're a regular reader of this website or Runner's World magazine you'll know the importance of stretching and flexibility in helping to make you a better runner and ward off injury.After three years of on-off injury I decided that my new
Date: April 22 2012Race no. 41543Finishing Time: 3:57:42So many people have supported the Lauren Page Trust which I ran for last Sunday, I thought I might take the opportunity to let you know how the day went while thanking you for your donations.The race would began by trying to...
. Today was really tough; tomorrow we face 38K.Find out the story behind Alison's MdS attempt in her first blog entry.
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by the traditional shout of "one more hill to go" (I think I’ve covered lying marshals in a previous blog, it’s got to be part of the job description because they all do it). The rest of the race was undulating but I glided up and down with a smile on my face
into the schedule. This'll give me a good idea of my progress, and I'll hopefully be able to judge the likelihood of reaching my goal. Who knows, I could even crack it on this attempt (ruining this blog and annoying my editor Alice)!When I got back into running
Aladdin made the desert look cool. Unfortunately I don’t have a magic carpet to whisk me over the MdS’s 151 miles or a genie to grant me three wishes, of which I’m sure one would be respite from the heat. Saying that, I can’t wait to see the rolling dunes, camels, epic views and ...
The lovely people at Speedo were kind enough to give me a wetsuit for my moment of swimming glory. It is a thing of beauty - it even has fin bits on the arms and pleasing stretches of gold neoprene.But swimming in it took a bit of getting used to. First of all there was the ten-m...
Not an awful lot to report on the swimming front - I'm putting in the lengths, trying to count them without losing track (which seems to be much more difficult than it should) and trying to make those constant little improvements to my efficiency in the water.I swim in two pools ...
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