Monthly Archives: November 2016

Sorry, not sorry

“How’s your ankle?” “Seems fine.  Didn’t mutter at all during last night’s head torch run on the common.” My physio looked at me. “Last night’s what?” I shuffled my feet and tried to look  innocent. “Last night’s head torch run … Continue reading

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The shelf life of sacrifices

I found out this morning that although sacrifices to the gods may not expire like club card vouchers, it is as well to use them quickly for the gods have a strange sense of humour and a pedantic streak a … Continue reading

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Mornington Chasers Regent’s Park 10k (2 of 6)

I’m not a great fan of early alarm calls, 10k races*, lapped races or repeating races I’ve already run, so I’m still not quite sure what I was thinking when I signed up for all six of the winter series … Continue reading

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6 jours de france

Privas.  It’s the capital of the Ardèche department and in the Rhône-Alpes region.  It sits in the midst of a rugged landscape which make it a centre for outdoor sports and exploration.  It has not one, not two but three rivers … Continue reading

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