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 40 ultras over the past ten 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 …Hardmoors 55March 17th, 201827 days to go.
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It is so good to back running regularly again. After completing the December Marcothon, ie running at least 3 miles a day, I wanted to build up the length of my runs so opted to run 3 or 4 times … Continue reading
May was one of my bigger months with 217.33 miles covered. With the West Highland Way Race coming up soon I was keen to get three weeks of good training in finishing with my three day recce of the Ring … Continue reading
March has been a mixed month in that for the first part of the month I was concentrating on the Inverness half marathon but also trying to keep my longer off road runs going. In total I ran 176.94 miles. … Continue reading
The plan was always to run slightly less miles in February as I concentrated on the National Cross Country and the Inverness Half Marathon. I ran 150.21 miles in total so pleased with that. List of all my runs …. … Continue reading
I was keen to have a good solid month of training to start the year and I’m pleased to report that I have achieved that. I ran a total of 220.25 miles running 5 times a week. Here are some … Continue reading
In November I ran 136.93 miles which included the Wooler Trail Marathon. List of all my runs in November As a graph … As a diary style …. I like to keep a track of the types of runs I … Continue reading