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It has been a while...

It has been a good few months since I have been running in the mountains, as my training this year has all been focused on Rotterdam Marathon. 82 more words


Great base for runners in the footsteps of legend Joss

An exhibition about fell-running legend Joss Naylor has opened the eyes of running clubs to a great place to stay in the Lakes.

Runners flocked to the exhibition at the Old School Room tea shop at Rydal Hall near Ambleside, which featured the work of Elizabeth Shorrock . 229 more words

Me, the great outdoors and running.

This is my first post and I need to identify a few things at the start:

  • I’m slightly obsessive when it comes to the outdoors. …
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Peak District

On t'moors - Black Hill and Laddow Rocks trail running

You don’t always get the sun shining on a Bank Holiday Monday so it would have been rude to not head out running on Easter Monday. 371 more words


Haven’t seen these for a while, but they look distinctly like Walsh PB tread marks.  An opportunity to climb Clougha Pike came my way a few weeks ago.   212 more words


The Savage Beastly Brutal Bollockbusting Nutcracker

There’s an old chap who lives in my village. He’s bearded, tall (he would be taller but he’s stooped), has less fat on him than a butchers dog and he wears a hearing aid. 1,365 more words


“Feet in the Clouds: A Tale of Fell-Running and Obsession” by Richard Askwith

The fastest mile ever recorded by a human is not Hicham El Guerrouj’s world record of 3mins 43secs, set in 1999. It is actually 3mins 24secs, ran by… 835 more words