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Cooley Legends Half Marathon

Woke up to a beautiful morning In Giles’ quay near Carlingford, with an orange glow over the East, in a brilliantly clear sky. The temperature was warmer than the close to zero recent dawns also. 2,018 more words

Aoraki Mt Cook Marathon

The Point to Pinnacle was and will always be my Holy Running Grail. Hanging on the hatstand in our lounge room is a finisher’s medal. 680 more words


Hoka One One - the low down on this Minimalist Ultrashoe

Recently arrived into Amphibian King Galway, Hoka One One is the brainchild of two gravity sports enthusiasts Jean-Luc Diard and Nicolas Mermoud. Both men have been adventuring for as long as they can remember, and their trail running experiences have taken them across the globe. 524 more words


Dome living

I get the sense that I am going to be spending a fair bit of time on and around Ester Dome in the next few months. 737 more words

Beginning Running

Funny Hill running

31 degrees here in Melbourne. Time for some hill sprints to start the week off.

Ran my usual 3km route to the base of the hill. 128 more words

...and so it begins

I realize that I have gotten a bit behind on the blogging. As such there are a few updates as, thankfully, I have still been running. 775 more words

Beginning Running

Tired leads= hill sprints

Legs feeling a bit heavy today so some hill sprints called for. 35 Km on Sunday and hard gym session on Monday plus fast run on Tuesday and solid enough run last night all combined with the warm conditions to make me feel heavy and slow. 90 more words