…her words filled me with the resolve to continue, not only to the end of this fucking stage, but right to the very end of this incredible race…
Friday, March 29th Winning by finishing third and the 40% rule After a luxury 5 hours sleep, I was scheduled to do my first solo run at 9:40 (19km). I was very nervous before the start. My left hamstring
Variables. A race, is a race, is a race. It couldn’t be further from the truth. It’s like saying marathons are all the same. Or that coffee is all the same. Or wine for that matter. Even year on year,
Back in October 2016, Nick C. a veteran Marathoner decided to train for Comrades Ultramarathon. It was going to be his second attempt to finish an ultra distance. Below is his story during the 31 weeks of training leading to
Local running events bring back the pleasures of running. They usually have a small number of participants, located in rural and often obscure yet scenic places. As a bonus, they have fresh country air to clear the lungs and a
“Life is a Marathon” or so the phrase goes. I’d like to redefine this. After taking part in a 100km race, I am more convinced that “Life is an Ultra Marathon”.