With Tokyo now two weeks away I thought I would put pen to paper so to speak and write down what I am hoping for from this race. When I signed up to run Tokyo back in July I knew that this one would present a number of challenges which I have not faced during… Continue reading TOKYO MARATHON HOPES & DREAMS
This is my basic how to guide on getting your place on the starting line for your next marathon major. These are entry methods I have used or learned along my way to earning 5 marathon major finishes over the past 14 months. As well as some others which I was not aware off. Hopefully you may find this of use on your journey to the 6 star medal.
Marathon distance run number 10, my fifth of 2018 and final race of the year. I came into today wondering whether this was a race too far, feeling tired and carrying an injury, despite that I was still going to give it my best shot and try for a PB, anything under 3:35 will be a PB and a massive achievement given the injury. Here is my story of November 4th 2018.
Here we go again, flying out to New York for the NYC marathon. This blog is all about my travelling out, the expo and Saturday 5k. All of the preparations for Sundas marathon.
Marathon major number 4. This is the race I have spent the whole summer working towards. The A race for 2018, the race where I run well, the race I set a PB and run the time I know I am capable of..... that was the plan..
Here we go again, marathon distance run number 9 and back in the US for another major. This blog talks about my travelling out to Chicago the trip(s) to the expo and the Saturday International Chicago 5k run.
This is my write up of my experience running the 2018 Virgin London Marathon for the British Heart Foundation. I was running in memory of my mum who sadly passed away following a heart failure and never got to see me complete this journey.