So the title says it all really. I’m feeling a little obsessed at the moment. Normally I’m an avid reader but for the last couple of weeks I’ve just not been able to focus on a book for any length of time; I get the feeling that I’m not reading the right thing if that makes sense. 240 more words
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The past couple of months seem to have flown by and Canalathon is now only a few days away.
It’s a slightly odd feeling for me going in to this, as I know I have been training well and this is probably the strongest I have ever been, it’s equated to some odd feelings of “hmmmm I could actually do quite well here”. 387 more words
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I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support in 2014. It has been an incredible year!
I feel extremely thankful that I am able to make a living working as a photographer, writer, podcaster and reviewer in the incredible world of trail, mountain and ultra running.
We are really delighted to announce a very special event at the Pop-Up: an action photography workshop with the one and only Ian Corless. This is a man who not only takes some of the most beautiful, inspiring and exciting photos of ultra trail running, but he is an ultra trail runner himself, so he really knows what he’s talking about. 60 more words
My First 100 Mile Trail Race…
100 Miles. It’s a distance that has been a goal since May 2012. Back then I had a couple of road half marathons under my belt but I was blown away by the scenes streaming on my laptop while watching Ultra Trail Mt. 2,059 more words
In my time as a runner I have previously, and in some cases continue to, subscribed to a number of different running magazines. I think as a runner starting out – entering WHSmiths (or similar) most people are normally drawn to Runners World as I think it is perhaps the most well known of magazines available to the uninitiated. 568 more words