Week one of training, complete, and it’s time to start thinking about what I might learn from it. Here’s what I’ve got so farContinue reading “Loch Ness Training Week 1”
This was my second time running the Monklands Half.Continue reading “Monklands Half Marathon 2019 Race Report”
Very sad to see this posted today on the Great Run Facebook page:
This time last year I was running 26.2 miles at Stirling, this year I contented myself with running half that distance.Continue reading “Stirling Scottish Half Marathon 2019 Race Report”
The Alloa Half is possibly one of the most beautiful half marathons in Scotland.Continue reading “Alloa Half Marathon 2019 Race Report”
I would be lying if I said that hills were my favourite thing. But living where I do, about two-thirds up the valley wall of the southern half of the Forth Valley, I have to get used to them.Continue reading “Doing The Hills”
So, I’ve been away for a while. Quite a long time, to be honest. I have been running, I’ve just not had a huge amount to say since the Alloa Half.Continue reading “Been away for a while!”
The 2018 Alloa Half Marathon was originally scheduled to be run on 18th March, but bad weather caused the organisers to postpone the event – and today was the new date.
Okay, this was it. After eighteen weeks of training, five hundred miles of running and who knows how many hours, it was time for the Stirling Scottish Marathon.