Here are some of my running stats: Number of marathons completed ever: 4, all in 2017 Date of last marathon: September 2017, Hull Number of times I’ve run further than half marathon distance in last 12 months: 1 (16 miles) Months missed through injury in 2019: 2 (most of January and February) Reason for entering …
I entered this race earlier in the year not really knowing what to expect. I spent a lot of time there as a child so was well aware of the multi-terrain possibilities of the course. My fear after entering was that it was all going to be off road, uphill, through mud and over tree …
“…it’s not about you joggers who go round and round and round” I always used to be more daunted by a 3,000m on the track than a road half marathon. There’s nowhere to hide on the track – you can feel exposed, with all of your athletic shortcomings on display for anyone to see and …
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