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Camelbak Competition 2019 Winners

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clock26th January 2019

Congratulations to the winners of the Camelbak competition 2019.  The lucky winners are: 1st prize: Dan Williams Camelbak ULTRA PRO vest  (size S, M or L – to be confirmed) 2nd prize: Natalie Carr Camelbak OCTANE XCT 3rd prize: John Butler AND Michelle Higgs Both win a Camelbak CIRCUIT vest Congratulations to each of you! […]   Keep reading »

Camelbak Competition 2019

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clock6th January 2019

£350+ of prizes in Camelbak competition Competition closed Friday 18 January 2019 @ 20:00 (GMT). Get 2019 off to a flying start with one of these fantastic Camelbak hydration vests.   1x CIRCUIT vest deep amethyst RRP &75 (model year 2017/2018) 1x CIRCUIT vest lime punch RRP £75 (model year 2017/2018) 1x ULTRA PRO vest  […]   Keep reading »

Camelbak Competition giveaway

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clock25th January 2018

Make 2018 your best ever running year! 5 prize winners as shown in image below. Best of luck – please share with running friends if you wish 🙂 Good luck!     PRIZE WINNERS drawn randomly at 16:20 10.02.2018 are: See confirmation and more information in comment below 🙂   RunEatRepeat.co.uk Camelbak giveaway This is […]   Keep reading »

The Running Awards Best Blog Shortlist 2018

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clock20th January 2018

They say good things come in threes! RunEatRepeat now a finalist in The Running Awards 2018! This comes hot on the heels of winning the RunUltra Overall Global Blogger Award 2018, plus their UK Award and being a finalist in the UK Blog Awards 2018.   Second round of voting closes 15 March 2018 meaning […]   Keep reading »

RunUltra Blogger Award 2018 Winner x2

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clock16th January 2018

RunEatRepeat.co.uk wins 2x RunUltra Blogger Awards 2018! I was incredibly humbled and proud to win the prestigious “RunUltra Overall Global Blogger Award 2018” and to retain the “RunUltra UK Blogger Award 2018“. With this being a global Awards, a total of 105 bloggers were selected, then 64 shortlisted.  To then be selected as the winner […]   Keep reading »

#Run1000Miles 2018

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clock7th January 2018

When Trail Running magazine asked me to again be an ambassador for #Run1000Miles challenge I was delighted. Paul Halford asked me to write a short piece reflecting on completing the challenge in 2017, plus offering some tips to those new to it this year. You can read the full post here.   Have a read […]   Keep reading »

UK Blog Awards 2018 Finalist

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clock1st January 2018

A great start to 2018 – RunEatRepeat is a finalist in the UK Blog Awards 2018 My blog has been shorlisted in the Sports & Fitness category #UKBA18 I’d like to thank every single reader of the blog who has supported me since launch in 2015. As well as sharing my love of running and […]   Keep reading »

Smashing Stereotypes: One step at a time

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clock2nd December 2017

You run, you’re a woman, you wear a hijabi… you may have to overcome stereotypes. In this enlightening interview, Lynne AKA “Jogonhijabi”, talks about the importance of running and joy of #Parkrun.   How did you get into running and why? I have always enjoyed regular cardio exercise at the gym however never ran outside […]   Keep reading »

Fronting up the pain

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clock28th September 2017

“Arghhh! That knee pain is getting worse!  Feck off!” “Ignore it, it will pass…”  “This tendonitis is getting worse!” “Not cramping again?!” These are all inner thoughts most of us runners will have had. Your instinct is to resist the pain. To fight it. Surely that will make it go yes? Another technique is to […]   Keep reading »

Whooah, we’re halfway there – and some!

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clock11th August 2017

#Run1000Miles Challenge going superbly well! You may remember that Trail Running magazine Editor Claire said #Run1000Miles was about all participants having “their fittest year ever” 🙂 Well I’m one of literally thousands of people enjoying this very outcome thanks to the challenge and incredible community of people participating. The ethos was very much about this […]   Keep reading »


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