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...
to Barnsley. You can find out more about the project at the12in12.com/hope-tour and follow Kerry on Twitter at @RWKerry.Our day in three wordsFrom the runners:Matt: ‘Cold. Relaxing. Done.’Kerry: ‘Nutrition strategy needed.’Sarah: ‘Glad we’ve started
and your mind focused on the prize. But nothing worth doing is ever easy and all that.Day three tomorrow: Barnsley to Chesterfield.Our day in three words:RunnersMatt - 'Found my nuts.'Kerry - 'Sob-inducing quads.'Sarah - 'Hills fog hills
.Organised by the team behind the London Marathon, the Great City Race is a 5K that brings out the primal instinct in most of the 6,000 or so runners who attend this sellout annual summer event.Although it is an individual race, the USP here is the chance to compete
try harder.'This event is one of the venerable fixtures in the UK race calendar. Long renowned for its riverside route and early start (8:20am), the breakfast run always draws a big crowd, and this year total numbers topped the 3,000 mark for the first
First man: Aaron Burgess 35:21First woman: Sarah Rendall 40:10Last finisher: 1:21:07No. of finishers: 186RW Rating 2011: 91%Lest you think this race is about fleet-footed fowl battling it out down the home straight of a motor racing track, let me explain. The provenance of the na...
to bring along friends and family - with music, entertainment, food and drink outlets and free post-race sports massages there's something for everyone.RW Race Editor Kerry McCarthy says: "Even if these races weren't the creation of Runner's World, I
for next year, as well as working up contingency plans in the unlikely event of repeat weather. It would be churlish to dwell on the negatives of what was overall an impressive event that is undoubtedly a great thrill to run under normal conditions
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