back into shape I began road running - encouraged by a friend who was building up for her attempt at the New York Marathon (2003). I decided after completing a number of Kent road races that I would try
I entered the 2004 Nottingham half marathon with about 6 weeks to train bearing in mind I hadn't run any long distance since I left school about 10yrs ago and although I thought it was a bit
6 mile, 10 k., leadingup to half marathon which i ran 6 times.Had other committments, got out of the habit of training, moved on to another type of work,lost my fitness and regained my weight.Now 40
the Derbyshire area as well as a couple of half marathons and then runnning the Dublin marathon last year. The training was tough but all worth it when crossing the finishing line. A bit nerve racking though
decided that I would love to be able to complete a Marathon, but I knew that this wasn't something that would easily be achieved. Before starting anything, I thought that getting to a level of fitness would
year, and I'll also be training for the Bath half marathon.I'm very involved with Mendip Athletics Club and am now a UKA Level 2 sprints/endurance coach.March 2006 - ran the Bath half marathon, having
s. I was overjoyed with the result and have continued to improve and maintain my appetite for running. Since that run, I have reduced my 10M time to 63m56s (NF 10M 2008), completed a half marathon
events, one of which was for a chosen charity. At the moment I am in training for the 2010 Virgin London Marathon, which I hope to complete in sub 4 hours. My aim is to keep improving and to enjoy myself.
into it was easy and because I had a training plan in place I felt more in control and focused. I have signed up to do a half marathon in October and am busy preparing for that.
I successfully finished my first half marathon which was at Reading on 29th March 2009. I then suffered a back injury and spent several months having physio and rehabiltating. In January 2010 I
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