Tags » Brighton Marathon

2014 and Brighton marathon 3rd time round

Wow, so it’s been nearly 6 months since my last blog… 6 months!!! I have been busy busy busy with work, training, racing and well, life in general.  1,092 more words

Did I finish?

So If you read my previous blog post you would have seen that I was preparing myself for the crazy task of running 26.2 miles in the Brighton Marathon. 1,572 more words

Brighton Marathon

Week 1: a year until the marathon

In a year’s time, I’ll be running the Brighton Marathon.

When I first started running, a marathon was never my goal. Even when I did my first half marathon, the idea of doing a full one seemed ridiculous – people like me don’t do marathons, it’s too too far, the training would take up too much time, it’ll hurt. 381 more words


I don’t know why I don’t get nervous about races. I get nervous about just about anything else. Brighton Marathon was no different. In fact it often works to my disadvantage as I am often too laid back and will end up running to the start line or will forget important kit! 1,082 more words


"I just felt like running . . ."

I’ve been in the UK for 7 months now. As a part of my routine wherever I go, I run.

Many years ago, when I first watch Forrest Gump as a child, the only two things I took away from that film were, 1. 222 more words


There's Cava at the finish line!

Approximately 30,000 people will take on the London Marathon this Sunday.

These brave (and very fit) souls will run 26.2 miles (42.2kms) through the streets of our capital, in aid of very good causes. 201 more words

Katy Pearson

The Brighton Marathon - a weekend to remember . . .

A weekend to remember is certainly the way to summarise my trip “home” to the Brighton Marathon –  a place which was my home for 31 years. 1,303 more words