Apologies for not posting another blog sooner. Injuries, slower pace and thus more time on my feet running (shuffling) has meant less time for doing this sort of thing. Here’s a summary of days 3-6:Day three: Barnsley to ChesterfieldHideous. The Gods of ice and rain battled it ou...
I actually remember filling out the entry form for the 50-Mile Challenge, thinking it was such a good idea. I'm in the second year of a four-year build-up to the 89km Comrades Marathon in South Africa in 2007. I thought that running the 50 would
surprising benefits when you go back to racing over longer distances. Here are some key points to consider if you are lured by the four-lap challenge. Remember to be sensible changes to your routine should be controlled and gradual, so dont go sprinting
marathon experience - whether your race went to plan or not. Blitz those post-marathon blues and get inspired to take on a new running challenge.Picture credit: Romily Lockyer/Getty Images
We have just heard about a new exciting team challenge in the Brecon Beacons - and we thought it might be perfect for some of you. The GORE-TEX® Experience Tour returns for its third year – now with a new September adventure, The Fan Dance
The blank canvas of the year ahead is a great opportunity for runners everywhere. It gives us a chance to shake up our training regime, reboot our psychological/mental hard drive and dip our toes into challenges new.We can all be guilty of falling
force a night away from home.Crowded swim and cycle legs can intimidate any novice triathletes. Finding your bike and kit in transition can be a challenge. Big races sell out well before the event.
who had spent two days and two nights trying to reach the finish, despite being just metres away in Piccadilly Circus...The nine were part of the RW Forum Treadmill World Record team of 12, who began their challenge at 7:30am on April 11 in the window
UAN:193 Article type:--David Hays lives in the South-West, an area of the country that for much of the winter is very grey and wet. Three times a week he meets his running partners at the ridiculously early time of 5.15 am – although he lies in until 6.30 on Saturday mornings. I...
Sometimes, running is the simplest of activities. One foot follows the other, taking you from point A to point B by the shortest, most straightforward route. But other times, it can be fraught with discomforts ranging from the mildly annoying to the downright dangerous. Here’s ou...
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