Running the week

Running the week

NOW that the mid-week races have finished, normal training has resumed. We’ve raced every Wednesday for six out of seven weeks, which has been great, but has also meant that training has been interrupted. Last week was

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A case of mistaken identity

A case of mistaken identity

GOING into the final race in the South Yorkshire road league, I found myself leading my age category (21-25, I wish). This was a really nice surprise. I started to think about how fantastic it would be to win. I…

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Moving on

Moving on

WHEN I’m feeling down, I get my trainers on and go for a run. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other and moving forwards, really does help lift my mood. This week has been a particularly sad…

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Training update: the good and bad

Training update: the good and bad

THE good news is that despite a chest infection, I’ve been able to run. The bad news is that the quality just hasn’t been there. I suppose it’s to be expected, (man flu/chest infections have to be taken seriously), but…

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Nothing like a hill session to blast away the bank-holiday blues

Nothing like a hill session to blast …

It’s August bank holiday, which means it’s raining. In fact, it’s been raining all day. We’d planned to go cycling but didn’t really fancy it in the wet weather. Instead we curled up on the sofa watching Columbo, and munching our…

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