I love running, but I love racing more. And by racing I don’t mean going hell for leather trying to finish as quickly as possible or getting on the podium (like thats ever gonna happen), no I mean I just like to sign up and run at organised races. I did my first one back…

I have always used racing as a way of motivating me to run. If I don;t have a race in the diary then I simply am not motivated to train…sad but true. So I am lucky now that taking part in events is actually part of my work, and if anything I find it really…

It is official. I now have my first big race in the diary for 2015 and I am incredibly excited about it, in fact I am incredibly excited just generally by having a whole new year to fill with running events…who knows which ones I will run. Looking back at my calendar for this year…

So you nervously lined up at the start of a race this weekend eyeing up your competitors, you know for sure you won’t win but for goodness sake don’t let me come last you say to yourself. Wait… What do you mean you didn’t even get to the starting line? Come on, lets put those…

The term Virtuality means the quality of having attributes of something without sharing its real or imagined physical form…however in the case of virtual running I think perhaps this is a little misleading, I mean you do have to run ultimately and that is kinda physical…like really!! Virtual running is not a completely new concept…who…

I went running this evening. With my sister J and good friend B, neither of them have done much running. They joined me at Ashton’s Athletics Track in Redbridge, London, England. The session was organised by a runner from my running club, the East London Runners, with about 12/14 attendees. It was a lot warmer…

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