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.
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Category Archives: Hardmoors 110
My plan for this week after the Cateran race last Saturday was three easy runs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Tuesday’s run I mentioned on my lessons learnt post so here is a quick summary of the next two. Thursday – … Continue reading
A full report of this great race to come …. but a quick update for now … I finished in 11th place (out of 62 starters and 33 finishers) in a time of 27hrs 58mins 10secs. I was really happy … Continue reading
If you are wanting to follow me as I run the Hardmoors 110 then my tracker number is 58. http://maps.opentracking.co.uk/hm11014.cfm When you select 58 John Kynaston you will see this screen … To give you an idea of whether I … Continue reading
I went for my final easy run before Saturday’s BIG race. We had an athletics event for 130 P6 children today so once again I was on my feet all day but it was great and I loved it! The … Continue reading
My penultimate run before Saturday’s big race. I was busy at work today, outside and on my feet all day so felt a big sluggish for my run. Before you start feeling sorry for me I was referring a Football … Continue reading
I like to have a final run with all the gear I’ll be wearing and carrying a week before a main race so this morning I set off up the Braes at 6.30am for a 9 mile run. I suppose I … Continue reading