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Scotland women win at Snowdon

Scottish Athletics Article

Scotland’s women hill runners won the team competition at the Snowdon International last weekend in a fine performance.

It was a real combined effort with the three scorers at 5, 9 and 12 to pip England on a tough course in Wales. 194 more words


Conquer the Forest No Ego Challenge

I am proud to say that I am one of the top 50 finishers in the first ever Dalby Forest No Ego Challenge!

As my first trail race I wasn’t sure what to expect but within the first half a mile I knew it wasn’t going to be like any other half-marathon I had experienced. 662 more words

The Wales Marathon 2014

Yesterday I did the Wales Marathon!

I arrived in Tenby early to register and chill out for a bit before the start. We sat on a bench, drank coffee and looked out to sea. 573 more words


how to run up a hill without losing your iphone

Running up a hill is not easy, not even for cheetahs. The last time I ran up a hill there were absolutely no cheetahs there at all, and believe me I was going slowly enough that they would have passed me. 1,173 more words


Love. Again.


I love being able to run for fun again.

I love being able to run with my favourites again.

I love being unintentionally pushed to keep running hard by those faster than me again. 547 more words


Trail Running Scotland - The Cairnwell Munros, Glenshee

Route: The Cairnwell Munros – Carn Aosda, Carn a’Gheoidh and The Cairnwell


Hills/Mountains: Boarders the Cairngorms and Grampian Mountains

OS Map… 2,166 more words


The Hurt

It’s about time I shared some thoughts about our training…

So here we are, 68 days to go… We’ve all started to experience pains, aches and injuries (read Amanda’s latest post). 430 more words