Like a Bridge over Troubled Running – San Francisco Marathon Part One

I’ve always confessed to being a morning person, kicking off the duvet and facing the day come rain or shine. The San Francisco Marathon tested that theory and many of the long held beliefs I had in myself. The marathon started at 5:30am but my bus was due to leave Oakland an hour before and … Continue reading Like a Bridge over Troubled Running – San Francisco Marathon Part One

San Francisco & Other Stories

This week and beyond I will be posting belated posts and photographs from my recent trip to San Francisco. Safe to say it was one hell of a trip for both my running and photography sides! Below is one of the plethora of images I took of the awe inspiring Golden Gate Bridge veiled in fog.

London Marathon

I will be posting a full run down of the London Marathon (once I've recovered) but for now I wanted to leave you with this: Don't let anyone (or even yourself) tell you what you can or can't do. You have no idea what you are truly capable of.

Runner’s Doubt

I didn’t run at all last week. I have been clocking up a steady 15-20 miles a week since the start of the year and now it’s stuttered to nought. The hated question every runner gets “isn’t it bad for your knees?” has finally come to pass and I am suffering, badly. I have what … Continue reading Runner’s Doubt