Three weeks into my holiday of a lifetime I found myself standing on the start line of a 102km Ultramarathon in New Zealand. New Zealand I have always loved you ever since some 16 years ago I set foot on
Here I was only 5 days into my New Zealand holiday baking in the country’s hottest summer on record and signing up for a little 12km trail race in Wanaka just 2 days before the event. Why? Why not…. We
Here we are again at the Boxing day Furnace Inn 5km. The route had changed slightly due to building works but that didn’t matter. What mattered is that we were here, the two of us, here again, a year on,
It was never in the plan because I don’t have plans because of my sporadic half self employed lifestyle and fear of failure or putting all my eggs in one basket I don’t know but planning is hard for me
Winterhill at Kimberworth- my nemesis, the only race I have ever dropped out of – the big fat DNF in 2014. It was messing with my head. Excuse one bagged. I was tired, despite the clocks changing the evening before.
After doing the Limestone Way Ultra at the beginning of October with the Dark and White event guys I thought I would enter the Calver 10 mile trail race at the last minute (literally), knowing how organised the Limestone Way
Golden Gates Gallop is a 5 mile multi terrain event in the gorgeous surroundings of Elvaston Castle. We arrived in plenty of time with the kids in tow who would do the 2 mile race with Daddy whilst myself and