Monthly Archives: May 2014
Two Saturdays, two very different parkrun experiences. Buckingham parkrun – 17 May 2014 After two weeks of recovery, it was time to see whether I could run again. My training plan called for a very easy parkrun, my Saturday was … Continue reading
Thames Path 100 broke me, but the body is an amazing contraption with mind-boggling powers of self-repair, and over the ten days it has been gradually putting itself back together again and preparing for the next great adventure. TP100 +1 … Continue reading
I timed out somewhere around mile 83. By then, my pace had slowed to two miles an hour, and I needed to be covering ground at three miles an hour to make Oxford by 2pm. If you’d been on hand … Continue reading
I wanted it so much and I tried so hard, but today was not my day. I have been chewed up and spat out and I’m broken. I’m also profoundly grateful to Kate and Norm, without whom I would have … Continue reading
…I will be on my way from Richmond to Oxford along the Thames Path. I’d better go and get my stuff ready.