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 46 ultras over the past twelve 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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Category Archives: Kilpatricks
Monday – Club Fartlek Session I was keen to do the club session but I was conscious that I had done almost 30 miles over the weekend so decided to run with our friend Tracey which hopefully would help her … Continue reading
This weekend I had planned a Saturday run on the Kilpatricks and a Sunday run on the Gleniffer Braes and they were very different in weather and conditions! Saturday – Kilpatrick Run with Cammie We had been invited out for … Continue reading
One of the many benefits of sharing my training plans on this blog is that sometimes people read it, get in touch and offer to run with me. That’s what happened for my run yesterday. My good friend Marco read … Continue reading
I was looking forward to getting back on the Kilpatricks and it didn’t disappoint! I left home just after 8am and was running by 8.30am. I decided to do the 18 mile loop clockwise that Marco has taken me on. … Continue reading
I had planned to have a day off today but last night at Neal’s ‘get together’ Marco invited me to join him, Thomas, Matt and others for a run. We are only doing 10 miles and it will be at … Continue reading
Over the last few days I’ve two longer runs on Thursday night after work and this morning. Thursday – Ben Lomond Run My plan was my normal Ben Lomond run up the Ptarmigan Ridge and down the tourist path. As … Continue reading