finished, it has built into one of the best things I will ever experience."—Andy Gillespie, 4:08"The crowd numbers and support are absolutely AWESOME and the whole event gets under your skin. I never tire of playing the video; I smile, I choke back tears
Fairlands Valley Challenge Marathon, Hertfordshire Sunday, July 21WHY RUN IT?Trails, countryside, value for moneyA trail marathon starting at Stevenage, and offering free refreshments en route and a hot meal at the finish. There are also 19-mile
, Philippines as part of a relay team (I did the run). In 2010, at the 2ndPhilippine 70.3 (where I did relay again), my running coach, triathlete Ani de Leon Brown introduced me to Phuket IM 70.3 race director Roman Floesser.An uphill challengeRoman invited me
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
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
to Golden Cap Challenge (Dorset, July 5) Competitors who didn't already know will soon realise, with the lung-busting hill at the half-mile mark, why this event is billed as a challenge and not a race. It's a true off-road fell run and includes every type
Hope Tour: Day One - Harrogate to LeedsWell that was a baptism of fire. Or perhaps ice would be more appropriate. We seemed to have chosen the coldest bloody day of the year to start our epic journey down the country in aid of HopeHIV. It dipped below zero for some of it and with...
Day two: Leeds to BarnsleyTurns out day two was the first time any of the four of us had done back-to-back marathons so that’s a milestone of sorts reached already. Mind you, I’m writing this at 6am on the morning of day three and everything hurts. As in, EVERYTHING. Judging by t...
RAF officer and Triathlete's World forumite Rachael Cadman made endurance racing history last week by becoming the first woman to complete the Enduroman Arch2Arc Challenge. Only six men have completed the gruelling feat since 2001 - now it was time
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