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A Day with Nicky Spinks: Ultra Race / 24 hr round training

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clock21st May 2015

Exhilarating. Motivating. Fascinating. The only way to sum up a day with ultra running legend Nicky Spinks. These are my key take aways, plus my experience of the day. If you like the sound of this, I’d highly recommend booking onto the next course Nicky is running in November.   In my fight to beat […]   Keep reading »

Suzanne Stolberg interview: 1 year on from breast cancer surgery

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clock19th May 2015

1 Year Survivor: Suzanne Stolberg shares her experiences of dealing with breast cancer and how running was something she learned to love What has the last 12 months been like for you? Even though I’ve not actually done that much, looking back they feel quite manic. Mainly because so much has changed for me – […]   Keep reading »

Robbie Britton interview: Robbie talks enjoyment, pain and terrain!

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clock15th May 2015

Robbie Britton talks enjoyment, pain and terrain! UK athlete Robbie Britton made a great leap forward with his World Bronze medal at the IAU 24 hour World Champs. In this interview, the Profeet Ambassador talks about his love of running, what drives him and offers tips to any runner – experienced or aspiring. How did you […]   Keep reading »

Unexpected. Determined. Euphoric…Lana Jane’s running story

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clock15th May 2015

In this inspiring interview, Lana Jane shares her running story, having been inspired to fund raise for Parkinson’s Disease. What did you do with your time before running? I always liked to keep fit.  Having trained as a dancer from a young age, through to University (I did a Dance performance degree), my focus was […]   Keep reading »

Run for the 96 5k a fitting family tribute

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clock12th May 2015

On Sunday 19th April, myself, Louis and Izzy were privileged to participate in the inaugural Run For The 96 5k – in memory of the 96 Liverpool fans who lost their lives at the Hillsborough tragedy. We were among almost 2,500 walkers, joggers and runners, wearing the red and blue of their respective clubs as […]   Keep reading »

Staveley ‘Sting in the Tail’

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clock10th May 2015

Saturday represented another exciting return to #trailrunning, with the Lakeland Trails Staveley 17km. It’s a stunning and challenging course, set in the Kentmere valley. The infamous ‘Sting in the Tail’ that is Reston Scar, at around 15.5km, is a killer. But Read with the confidence gained from completing Hawkshead, I was really looking forward to this. The […]   Keep reading »

Run Like The Wind? Read Like A Demon…again…and again

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clock10th May 2015

Over a month ago I promised to review Like The Wind magazine. The trouble was I took ages getting through it – dj read this review to find out why…   For a start, the word “magazine” barely does this publication justice. I greatly enjoy subscriptions to Trail Running magazine and Cycling Active Magazine – both […]   Keep reading »