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Disney Wine and Dine Half Marathon 2014

Colby and I ran the Wine and Dine Half Marathon on Saturday night – November 8 at 10 PM!  We had such a great time!  We ran this race back in 2010 and loved it.   336 more words

This week’s running – 17th to 23rd of November 2014

I hate it when a plan doesn’t come together!

This week didn’t quite go according to plan…

5k from work

After the heavy weekend of a Cannon Hill Parkrun course PB and a mind numbing 10+ miles exclusively again at Cannon Hill, I was determined to get some easy miles into my legs for recovery. 1,363 more words

The trouble with technology and targets

I have a love/hate relationship with technology and this is not limited to the running part of my life.  I am not the one to go for the next new gadget, really I am not.  879 more words


Review of Garmin GPS

Hello everyone,

Today I will be reviewing a technology that we are all most likely familiar with, the Garmin GPS for your car. The purpose of the GPS is to guide you to where you need to go with easy to follow navigation directions. 491 more words

Find what you are looking for Garmin nüvi 52LM

Sophisticated GPS devices come with a price tag of around $200 because the wide variety of features and navigation facilities appeal to people who are frequently on the go. 511 more words


The Galloway Run-Walk-Run Method

For triathletes, the hardest part of the race is often the last leg or the running portion. Whether you’re doing a sprint and running a short 5K or knocking out a 70.3 Iron Man with a half marathon, good running strategy is important. 916 more words


David Millar's Hill Climb Farewell

An array of baked goods to make the Womens’ Institute weep, that was the point at which I noted just how eccentric British cycling still is in the era of ‘Wiggins Cool’. 1,411 more words

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