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...
, the charity behind the race, said:"The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon races through four of London’s amazing Royal Parks, and has raised more than £15million for around 400 charities all over the UK since it began in 2008. This year’s field is set
charity place at last year’s London Marathon.Being asked to run for charity really made me train properly because I didn’t want to let anyone down. It was for Henshaws Society for Blind People, a cause I connected with straight away and I’m now one
pounds for charity in her lifetime by undertaking awe-inspiring endurance challenges despite battling with terminal cancer. The debut of the race in the centre of Yorkshire is all the more significant after the county's medal haul of seven golds, two
.Racing for charity is not new, of course, and thanks to the rise of the destination race holiday, neither is the idea that a long-haul flight can form part of your race prep. But the Kiln Sierra Leone Marathon is something different, organised entirely by workers
don’t think you’re ‘good enough’ to deserve a running coach, how will you ever get good enough? You might like to look into a running club coach, a charity-team coach, an online coach or a health-club trainer for personalised guidance – the key
losing several family members to cancer, with minimal training I walked 1,160 miles from Lands End to John o'Groats for charity. My 15 marathons will provide a solid foundation for this experience and I'll share every high and low of this amazing
portion was £1.20 and I only had £1, a sweaty charity bib, and an exhausted look on me. Not enough apparently. Thanks also to the traffic warden who, when I was lost 0.25 miles from the end, sent me half an hour out of my way off towards the M1 out of town
it wouldn’t.Q10) I'm running VLM for charity and it is my first marathon, I've done a couple of halfs and the longest run I've done previously was 15 miles. I'm a bit concerned about the training plan I'm following, it is a 16 week plan and I am on week 3
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