Continuing madness

I started running when my husband died as a way to deal with the stress and bad things I had to get through.  It started with me running the VLM for his charity but it now appears that this hobby is going to be with me for the rest of my life, or at least until my legs fall off!  I have made great friends, have experienced highs and lows, I have la... READ MORE

  • Nov0120162 p.m.

    To loaf or not to loaf....... Latest

    I have started my training once again with the aim of 5 interesting challenges next year from 50ks to 100k walk in under 18 hours and then possibly the 3 peaks ...


  • Sep27201611:04 a.m.

    My Nemesis – taking the finish line! For the mighty HD

    My nemesis is the Thames Path Challenge and last year I was pulled out at 78k for hypothermia symptoms by the medics.  I have never not completed a...

  • Sep1620159:45 a.m.

    The mighty power of the Realbuzz family

    On Sunday I felt awful, not only did I not finish the Thames Path Challenge but my body had shown me what it would do if I pushed it too far, it wasn’t...

  • Sep1420151:16 p.m.

    My body apparently had limits.

    Yes I was nervous about the Thames Path Challenge, anyone in their right mind would be.  100k with this body should be terrified.  It was new...

  • Jul2220153:26 p.m.

    So many firsts!

    After taking a bucketful of Imodium for the nerves I set off for my first ultra, my first grass run and my first night time run; I was attempting the Beale...

  • Jul0820151:44 p.m.

    Puppies and running don't mix

    Thank you to everyone for your encouragement and motivation it is a great help coming up to the next mammoth challenge and gratefully received. I felt so good...


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