I set up this blog (Oct 06) to record my training and thoughts in preparing for the 2007 WHW Race – a 95 mile ultra race from Milngavie to Fort William.
I have now run 52 ultras over the past 14 years including the whw 6 times and you can read all about them, watch my race videos and lots more by using the tabs at the top of the blog.
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Next ultra race …Blacks to the Beacon Ultra (50 miles)March 6, 20215 days to go.
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Category Archives: Conic Hill
I was keen to put a good training effort in this week with the Hardmoors 55 just over two weeks away. So I planned three very different runs which I hope would help me increase my fitness. Monday – Club … Continue reading
Jonny and I had arranged a run tonight. Our plan A was Ben Lomond but we quickly decided against that having looked at the weather! So plan B was Conic Hill. We took our Kahtoolas in case it was really … Continue reading
I went straight from work on Thursday night to Drymen where I met Jonny and we were off by 5pm for our run to Conic Hill and back. It was still light when we set off but after 45mins or … Continue reading
Last night was Katrina’s Christmas meal out with her work colleagues. They went to a restaurant in Byers Road and I offered Katrina a lift. I was also going to pick her up so what to do with the 3hrs … Continue reading
My friend Jonny asked me whether I fancied a run tonight and it didn’t take too long to accept and suggest a run up and down Conic Hill. I drove over to Drymen on my motor bike after work and … Continue reading
After the Fling I decided I needed to do some more hill runs so I changed my training plan to include a longer hill run on Wednesdays instead of a tempo run. Katrina and friends Jonny and Steve were keen … Continue reading