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Susie Chan – Half Efforts

28-Mar-2015

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

08-Dec-2014

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

24-Nov-2014

“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

17-Oct-2014

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?

27-Sep-2014

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

06-Sep-2014

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

20-Aug-2014

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

28-Jun-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

23-Jun-2014

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

13-Jun-2014

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

13-Jun-2014

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

05-Jun-2014

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

15-May-2014

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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FARAH TO COMPETE AT COMMONWEALTHS

14-May-2014

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!

13-May-2014

Support Action Medical Research. Get running!

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Blog: Thames Path 100

10-May-2014

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

09-May-2014

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

05-May-2014

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.

25-Apr-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!

18-Apr-2014

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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