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 49 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: whw training run
This weekend the whw race organised a training weekend based at the Oak Tree at Balmaha. Quite a few folks stayed for the weekend and lots of others including me came over for the day. The plan was to run … Continue reading
On Sunday Dave sent a text saying that he and Tracey were staying at the Oak Tree in Balmaha for a few nights during their half term and asking whether we could make it over for a run and a … Continue reading
I’ve had a fun weekend! On Friday I joined 4,500 others at the Emirates Stadium for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Orientation. Almost 3 hrs of high tech presentation about the games and our role as volunteers. It was great … Continue reading
Sunday 23rd February 2014 I had been looking forward to getting on the top half of the whw route for the last few weeks and even the poor weather forecast didn’t dampen my enthusiasm. Initially I was going to do … Continue reading
A few weeks ago when I was finalising my plans for the last few weeks before the Lakeland 100 I decided I wanted to do a long night run that included a big hill. I knew just the route. Start … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago Caroline asked us whether we would like to go for a run today on the whw. As always we were ready and willing to go! Initially we talked about going up north the route but … Continue reading