RED July

In May of this year, my pal Martin, decided to Run Every Day. This, I believe, was because a) when we’d run Reading half together he’d seen some people with T-shirts on which highlighted the fact they’d run every day for a month (or longer) and b) to honour his daughter. As with most things... Continue Reading →


Why I run…

After the Ironman 70.3 and my decision that I would like to one day attempt a Full Ironman, it was clear to me that the biggest challenge would be the full marathon distance. In October I did a 100mile cycling sportive in North Yorkshire, which half killed me but made me realise that the cycling […]

Ironman 70.3 Staffs

Ironman 70.3 Staffordshire June 12th 2016 It’s hard to put into words the nerves I felt as Katie, the kids and I pulled up to the registration for the Ironman. The event village was excellent and full of tempting ‘treats’ (basically anything I could buy to show off later that I had competed in the... Continue Reading →

Running and me – the beginning.

My decision to run came about in the summer of 2005. I’d always loved sport, both playing and watching, but running had never appealed. At university as President of the Rowing club, I’d dreaded the bridge run (between two bridges near the boathouse and about a mile and half long) in our training. I’d had... Continue Reading →

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