Category Archives: Training

3 Reasons Why Running Will Never Replace Rugby

Today begins the Rugby World Cup, right here in England’s green and pleasant land. When the last World Cup in England kicked off I had only just discovered rugby, I was learning the rules at school and working out how … Continue reading

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Kit Review: Soleus GPS One

Columbo is the pinnacle of Sunday afternoon viewing, and here’s why: they reveal all at the beginning by showing you the murder, then confuse you for a while with alibis and misdirection, before revealing the genius at the end and … Continue reading

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Running The Cotswold Way For CALM

A little bit of lazy blogging, but here’s the press release just sent to local media about next weekend’s challenge… Two Cheltenham runners are taking on the challenge of a lifetime, running the entire Cotswold Way for charity. James Clay, … Continue reading

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The Road To Edinburgh

No, not a post about overcoming the struggles of the M5/M6 interchange…although I could go on at length about unmanned roadworks and average speed cameras! Actually, the drive from Lancaster on to Edinburgh is quite lovely, but this isn’t about … Continue reading

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When 16 x 2,000 = 20.

I’ve spoken before about how hard it can be to find decent routes for long runs at the business end of marathon training. In recent weeks I’ve taken to the Forest of Dean for laps of the fire roads and … Continue reading

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