. Field events: runners made hay while the sun shone Two hours of merciless sun in the station car park elapsed before I was forced to seek urinary relief at the Railway Hotel. Which was deserted. I sidled to the gents, where bizarrely, a loudspeaker
that they would send me a smaller one to keep.So I finished the event in a similar way to how I'd started it...in a spin!It was a totally amazing day. I met loads of great people and we were all out there testing our bodies to the limits. For some the conditions
the Olympic distance Michelob ULTRA London Triathlon last year.Heidi Age.... 29Strengths RunningWeaknesses SwimmingTriathlon experience... NonePB's10K - 39 minsMarathon - 3:13Favourite Races... Ultra MarathonsMy training programmeThe Runner The runner among
If you'd like a running achievement you'll never forget - or you'd just like to use your running to explore more of the country you live in - you might just be on the right page.Starting in the Malvern Hills and ending at Nottingham Castle, September's six-day, 175-mile Marathon ...
, and was invaluable in terms of support on the bike. She also took all of the photos that you see on this site as well as offering support through the planning stages of this project.Find out more at the event's excellent websitePhotos: Sarah Belton. Many more photos
. If that sounds too strenuous, there are also two shorter races: the two lakes trail is a 22K event starting at Plagne Bellecote and climbing up to Dou du Plaz to join the 6000D course, while the Randoplagne is an 11K race that links the various high
all met the previous evening at the event pasta party held at the Signarama store in Paris. Here there were discussions of training regimes, with huge weekly mileages the norm, all intermingled with traditional French hospitality. Glyn, Mickael
an ultra-distance race in Devon. I felt like I was slowly becoming a running machine...By race week I was as ready as I thought I could be - I’d just comfortably paced sub-1:30 at the Hastings Half-Marathon, completed a marathon in Devon and done seven runs
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 for the brave 30-year-old to st...
After a week of voting and speculation, please join us in congratulating our ASICS Super Six winners: peter thompson 14, UpsyDaisy, Kryptonite, Alexandra S, Ultra Sparkly Bridget and Mustkeeptrying. Having been selected from more than 1
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