ears of dreaming, months of training and 3 hours and 59 minutes of hard work later and it is done! It came down to the wire in the end and there were a few tense moments when I thought it was out of my grasp but job done! … More Manchester Marathon Recap: Sub 4 and a good selection of dogs to admire
Racing in a new city is FUN, but racing in a city as crazy as Chicago is even cooler. During our recent trip to America we headed to the Windy City for the 40th Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle, a chance to run in my favourite American city. … More Race Report: Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle
So 2018 has really been the year for crazy challenges, and a real highlight of that has been London Duathlon. I had no idea what to expect from my first duathlon, but I embraced the training and thoroughly enjoyed the challenge. … More London Duathlon Race Recap
Out of all my Classics challenges swim serpentine was the one I was most excited for. I think it mainly has a lot to do with the fact we were doing it as a couple and I could enjoy getting my super huge classics medal. … More Swim Serpentine 2018
As a newbie cyclist, tackling 100miles with hills off the back of 5 months training seems utterly ridiculous but that’s exactly what I did, and I’m very proud I did it. I did what I could when it came to training for the Ride London 100. I found a lot of barriers at the beginning … More 0 to 100 my Ride London Adventure: part two
Spooky sunsets, zombies and a backdrop of autumn leaves set the scene for the London Trick or Treat Run 2017 hosted by the Human Race Events and Breast Cancer Care on the 28 October 2017 in Southwark Park, London. Having never experienced a Halloween run before I had no idea what to expect, but the … More London Trick or Treat run- an absolute Halloween Treat!