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Susie Chan – Half Efforts


As usual, races had been booked into the calendar without too much thought on schedule.. so when I realised there were 2 half marathons in quick

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Brooks Ravenna 5 Review


The latest update of the Ravenna 5 is a class act. This shoe is lightweight, supportive, and supremely cushioned. Brooks have taken the approach of combining

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Building up the confidence again


“You cant run fast and run long, you need to choose one or the other” That’s what I had been told. A couple of years back

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A Trio of Triathlons


A few months back before the summer came and went, I got offered a place in a sprint triathlon by my dear friend, sports journalist pal

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Fancy trying an Ultra?


Fancy trying an Ultra? You can do it.. Here are my TOP TIPS! It seems everyone’s at it! Running into distances beyond marathon, 30, 50, 100

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Ring O Fire


Anglesey, Wales. There is a coastal path circumnavigating the island. It is beautiful, sandy, rocky and rugged. It is also 135 miles long. The Ring O fire is

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Race To The Stones


There are many things I enjoy about racing, but in my latest race the best thing about it was running with a friend. I recently ran

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Endurancelife Classic Quarter June 2014


After the dramas of Transvulcania I decided that the only way to put the ghosts of my DNF to rest was to quit ultra-running altogether and

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Man V Horse


Horses coming past the first relay handover! You may of heard of this race, it is one of those races that sounds a little bit barmy

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Commonwealths: Mo Farah set to run both the 5000 and 10,000m


The Olympic and World gold medalist Mo Farah has announced he will be aiming to add Commonwealth gold to his collection of double winning titles. After a

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Transvulcania – The Directors Cut


Omens and superstition… I never really used to go in much for these but over the last few years I have really begun to take them

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Free entry to the Amba London City Mile


With just over two weeks till the inaugural Amba London City Mile, organisers have scrapped entry fee’s as part of their Olympic Legacy campaign. In an

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Blog: Make the change


6am and the alarm sounds! I wipe my weary eyes and battle the demons that tell me what’s outside is a lot less comfortable than what’s

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Photo – Matt Brown Photography Great Britain’s Double-Olympic gold medalist Mo Farah sets his sights on becoming Commonwealth Champion in Glasgow. As the countdown to the

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Support Action Medical Research. Get running!


Support Action Medical Research. Get running!

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Blog: Thames Path 100


There is carb loading, and then there is carb loading. Expecting to burn about 10,000 calories during this race I had eaten so much food in

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Blog: Transvulcania 2014 Build Up


So I am here finally! It is the first major race of the year for me, and after a bit of a mission of a journey

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Vernon achieves European mark


UK Champ Andy Vernon ran a 12 second personal best of 13:11.50 as he achieved the European qualifying time for this year’s event in Zürich, Switzerland. Under

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Boston Marathon 2014.


After stumbling over the finish line of my first ever half marathon in a world of pain in September 2011, I decided I quite liked running.

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London marathon and some great news!


London marathon. It had never really been on the plan for this year. However the charity I ran the Marathon des Sables for offered me and

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