Today I done a recce run of the first section of the “Kintyre Way Ultra” which I will be running in May! A 16 mile route running from Tayinloan over to Carradale on the opposite coast. Garmin map bellow: The run itself was amazing! Spectacular views, crazy terrain (Ice and snow) and a great run […]Read More Tayinloan to Carradale – Kintyre Way Ultra Stage 1 (Recce)
SNOW The weather up here on the east coast has been a bit cold and snowy which has made for some amazing fun runs in the snow! After traveling home over to the west coast for a short holiday, i’ve realised the snow has followed me and it is just as beautiful here! I thought […]Read More Running in a winter wonderland!
Balancing working life with training can be hard, especially if (like me) you do shift work, including nights. Here are some handy tips to help incorporate running into your working days and to help improve your productivity at work. Waking up with a run It may be a horrible thought, leaving the warmth and the […]Read More Working Hard and Working Harder – Balancing work and training
Famous at last! So chuffed that I managed to get into the magazine (for the second time…no biggy) and even more chuffed about winning a free race!! Now I just need to choose which race to take part in! Rest assured that a review of the trail/ trails will be following shortly after the event! […]Read More Famous at last! – Magazine Feature
“We should run a Marathon!” What a year! 2014 was the year my obsession with running began and, since then, my life has changed completely! Here are my highlights of 2014. Decide, Commit, Succeed The reason I started… The Vienna City Marathon. After a night with friends in Slockavullin, (where I lived at the time) the […]Read More 2014 – The Making of a Runner