Not really a runner. Cycled round the world a few years ago. Hold the World Altitude Record for a Football Inflatable (Bury FC Black Pudding, Kilimanjaro, 1989). Climbing highlight - Mont Blanc 1983
Hi all, I have been running for two years and love it. I lost seven stone in a year to complete the flm in 2002 and have never looked back, however I dont think I will be breaking any world records
Im going to win the cork city marathon this year, then next year i'll win the london and new york marathon in the same year, setting a new world record in the mean time.
My Glory Year. 2010.This is the year that in June I turned 70yrs. I started the year with big goals in mind. Namely, World age-group Records at 1500 and 5000 m's on Track. I had been injured
I run the mile and the 800 for my school. I also run 5k's on my own time. My mile record is 5:30 while my 5k is 19:23. I enjoy running but seem to be very suseptible to shinsplints and other injurys
competed in mds 5 times, 98,99,00,02,03jordan desert cup 2 timestwo oceans 56k cape townmarathon of britain 172 miles himalayan 100previous world record holder 48 hour treadmill, 146.3124 hour track
. in january last year i managed to break a world record for running the longest distance on a treadmill in 12 hours. this year i am aiming to get back into my running more seriously this time round.
champion 2003.Best M50 marathon in 2008.(2:43:40)sub 2:47 in 5 different decades.Coach/coached a number of athletes inc GB senior international & former world masters champion, currently coach around 20
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