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An End To The "Iitis"

A few months ago I shared with you, my dear internet friends, that I had been diagnosed with a little case of Plantar Fasciitis. And since I know you all have been sitting on the edges of your seats and probably chewing your fingernails off in anticipation of my “iitis” status, I decided I’d finally give my report…and let you all sit back in your chairs and relax…(too dramatic?) 392 more words

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The Sunday Review: Training Week 8

Christmas is almost here! I am heading back to my parents at the start of next week and plan to take my running shoes so that I can hit the woods and tracks around the old Roman wall near the village. 299 more words


MACCL Race 3 - Boggart Hole Clough

After missing MACCL Race 2 at Sherdley Park due to other commitments, I was back at BHC again for another run out.

The KTC Men were back in full force following a default in St Helens, so we all lined up in front of the most distinguished tent arrangement on the field. 608 more words

Drafting 101: Riding with a USAT Official, Part II

Now that you’re familiar with the rules for drafting during the bike leg of a triathlon, Drafting 101: Riding with a USAT Official, Part I, with those in mind I once again asked Jonathan Lewis a few questions to help sort out what I was seeing. 1,532 more words


Last-minute stocking stuffer ideas

If you’re finished with your Christmas shopping, kudos to you, but if you’re like me you still have a few last minute gifts and people to cross off your list. 759 more words


Upgrading my "Green Racing Machine"

My first triathlon bike was an old Raleigh Technium 450 with aerobars, this was oke untill I wanted better equipment. So not long after I bought a new frame and build it up slowly to a good tri-bike. 408 more words


day sixty - triathlete

I work in the mornings as a lifeguard. After work, I swim. Today I swam, as I have on 14 of the last 16 days. When my boss was taking over the tube from me, he asked if I swam every day. 109 more words