RUNNING 100KM AT MINUS 40 CELCIUS. JOB DONE

Having found the Genghis Khan Ice Marathon both arduous and spectacular, it was with some trepidation I looked at the map plotting the route that Genghis Khan took hundreds of years ago from the Tuul and Terelj gorges at the base of the Khenti mountains, the land of his birth to the modern day capital… Continue reading RUNNING 100KM AT MINUS 40 CELCIUS. JOB DONE

NGUGI, ONE OF WORLD’S GREATEST MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNERS, AMONG SPEAKERS AT EDINBURGH SPORTS MEDICINE EVENT

17 October 2014 Below is some information from SportScotland about an event I am excited about being involved with on Monday.  Please follow the links and come along. John Ngugi and Euan Burton are absolutely top athletes and people with stories worth sharing. ‘Being your Best’ is the theme of an event being organised by… Continue reading NGUGI, ONE OF WORLD’S GREATEST MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNERS, AMONG SPEAKERS AT EDINBURGH SPORTS MEDICINE EVENT

STUNNING LOCH KATRINE

Is there anything runner’s would rather do than run a stunning course in glorious weather? For all of us lucky enough to enjoy the Loch Katrine Running Festival this was exactly what was served up. Runners could choose between a scenic and undulating 10km, a half marathon, or the full marathon on a day that… Continue reading STUNNING LOCH KATRINE