If you want something you have never had..................

EVERY DAY YOU DON'T DO YOUR TRAINING PROPERLY IS AN IF ONLY DAY Strokeman to Marathonman In 2004 aged 42, I had a Stroke which left me unable to walk for several days and changed my life forever. After several months recovering, I found running. Numerous 10k's and several Half Marathons followed and in April 2007 I completed the London Marathon in ... READ MORE

  • Jan2220175:23 p.m.

    Moving On Latest

    I am no where near fit enough to run 10 miles  at the minute, but the one race I have booked is a 10 miler at the end of February.....I had better get moving th...


  • Jan1120172:41 p.m.

    2 in a week

    So after 10 days off letting a calf strain settle down, I am very slowly easing back into running this week. A mile on Monday, mile and half yesterday and 2...

  • Jan0820178:29 p.m.

    I really am hopeless this time!

     Forgive me I have sinned, it is 207 days since I last blogged! Apologies! Quick recap: Lots of niggly injuries, one race, the East Hull Harriers Boxing...

  • Aug1420168:06 p.m.

    Really....

    4th July since I last blogged, I am bloody hopeless! What have I been up to? Only one race I think, the tough hilly Walkington 10k in 56 somesthing. Injuries?...

  • Jul04201611:59 a.m.

    Racing 3 weeks running

    if you will pardon the pun. last time I blogged, I had the Hull Jane Tomlinson 10k coming up and was hoping for sub 55 minutes and managed 54.05 (I think) on a...

  • Jun1520169:07 a.m.

    Life's busy......and the body is a funny old thing

    so I have not blogged since 24th May (sorry). I have not been idle though. Several long runs over 10 miles in preparation for the Humber Bridge Half a week on...


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