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Covering ground.

The idea was to beat the taxi, and it almost worked.

Last week I was lucky enough to travel with my wife and 1 year old to the island of La Palma in the Caneries. 423 more words


Pushing too hard

I have two favourite running sessions each week. The first is my Tuesday night visit to the track. I never know what I am going to be doing there until early Tuesday morning (provided the email gets circulated) but I generally turn up and run as hard as my little legs can carry me. 548 more words


Press Release, Tues 19 May 2015

Gemma Rankin won the Morrisons Great Women’s 10K in Glasgow last Sunday in a time of 35 minutes 31 seconds. Gemma, from Paisley, dominated from the start, finishing over 1 minute ahead of Gillian Palmer from Edinburgh AC and she had good support from a large number of her fellow Kilbarchan club athletes including Katie Hall who was 22nd and 2nd under 20 athlete. 88 more words


The Secret to Becoming a Better Hill Runner


I hate hills.

Like, MAJORLY hate them.

Since the beginning of my comeback,

(Yes, that’s what I am calling it, a COMEBACK!)

I have avoided hills like the plague. 204 more words


Week 3, run 3 : the hills, the hills

I can’t quite believe that I’ve made it to the end of week 3 of the couch to 5K without missing any runs and without feeling like I’m actually going to die! 271 more words

Couch To 5k

Snow storms and spectating

I spent Saturday at the Cateran 55 ultra as one of my friends was taking part and I offered to give him a lift to and from the race. 1,271 more words