to the Isle of Wight, we’ll help you discover the perfect marathon challenge.Have we missed any?We'll update this list as more events are confirmed but please do get in touch if you spot any omissions. If you want your event to be included, add your listing
It’s no coincidence that sporting events staged near Box Hill, Surrey, come with intimidating titles (think the Knacker Cracker 10K or the Surrey Legs of Steel Challenge). As one of the best-known summits of the North Downs, it poses a
as yesterday was bleak: they really do nourish the spirit.I have more blisters today but the paracetemol is working and I'm looking forward to the tough challenge ahead. And it will be tough: tomorrow is the 82K long stage. I wonder what song they'll use to let
Twinks (aka Nicola Joyce), circumnavigating Britain’s largest Channel Island was just the latest in a series of challenges she’s always hoped to do.Having already undertaken both a solo Channel swim in 2004 and a two-way six-person Channel relay in 2005
of the fun on this adrenaline fuelled-event. Once you stumble past the finish line and collect your goody bag, you can start planning next year's challenges. Find out more.
to work regularly, Wilson has never tried it competitively, and she confesses to only swimming "once a month, if that." So she knows she has a challenge on her hands, but relishes the benefits - expecting an overall improvement in her fitness. On top
-of-season triathlon challenge. Where else could you swim in a world-class marina, take in some of Europe's most exciting modern architecture and - the piece de resistance - lap a Formula One street circuit?Such obvious assets easily seduced this triathlon newcomer
anyone can do this race because it's very challenging from a novice point of view, especially if you haven't done much hill training, if any at all. This race is listed in the Top 10 toughest triathlons competition this year. It was also really nice
the following day.Breaking PointDay Nine turned out to be critical: Shades came within a whisker of dropping out of the challenge. "I’d been picking up injuries throughout the event and my calf muscles on both legs were so sore. I owe a great deal to two people
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