Great North Run, IAAF World Athletic Championships, Olympic Games, Running, Training, Uncategorized

Sir Mo – The Inspiration

Last week’s IAAF World Championships in London came to a spectacular close, as we all said our goodbyes to two superstars that have revolutionised track and field.

Usain Bolt, the world record holder in the 100m and 200m, multiple world and Olympic champion, the coolest geezer on the planet and Mo Farah, Britain’s most successful distance runner, legends on and off the track, said their goodbyes. Continue reading “Sir Mo – The Inspiration”

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Great North Run, IAAF World Athletic Championships, Local Running Events, Running, The Blaydon Races, Totum Sport, Training, Uncategorized

Five races down, one to go…

That’s it. It’s done. All I can do now is wait.

Sunday marked the final race in my training calendar before the Great North Run, I’ve never felt so ready for this half marathon. Continue reading “Five races down, one to go…”

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…is this thing on?

I know, I know – I’ve not blogged for a while!

My blogging game has been poor recently, I’ve simply not been inspired or even when I’ve thought about writing, I’ve simply not felt the topic as I was typing, I’ve lost count how many times I’ve got halfway through a blog and then I don’t like it. Continue reading “…is this thing on?”

IAAF World Athletic Championships, Running

London 2017: Ones To Watch

Oh man, I can’t wait!

The IAAF World Championships are here and London will be the host city, welcoming the world’s best athletes, as we’ll see them run fast, jump far (and high) and throw monster distances. Continue reading “London 2017: Ones To Watch”

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Reviewing My Blaydon Race

It’s almost been a week since the magical Blaydon Races arrived and I’m still buzzing from my performance. 

Running so close to sub-40 has been the barrier I wanted to break since my first run out in 2015, I may have to wait another year, but the desire and hunger remains. Continue reading “Reviewing My Blaydon Race”