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 47 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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Next ultra race …Devil o' the HighlandsAugust 3rd, 201948 days to go.
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Category Archives: Monthly review
June was definitely an easier month as I continued to recover from the Northern Traverse. I ran 131.92 miles which I was happy with. A list of all my runs … In graph form … In diary form Types of … Continue reading
The month of May was totally dominated the Northern Traverse. It is advertised as 190 miles but the gpx trace from my tracker has it as 174.70 miles and other traces I’ve seen are similar so I’ve left it as … Continue reading
April was a good solid month as I build up to the Northern Traverse which starts on Saturday 12th May. I ran a total of 151.48 miles. Here is a breakdown of my runs. In Graph form. My third recce … Continue reading
March has been my biggest month for almost a year. I ran a total of 206.71 miles and it felt good! The key weekends were the Hardmoors 55 (reduced to 43 miles!) with Katrina and then two weekends later my … Continue reading
February has been a good month as I’ve been able to build up the amount of miles I’m running each month. I’ve purposely not done any tempo or speed work and I feel that has helped with my tendon injury. … Continue reading
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