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True Transformation: Rachel Edmunds interview

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clock16th February 2018

A picture tells 1000 words. Combined with the person’s own words, it says so much more! Read and see Rachel Edmunds’ running transformation below. I know Rachel through the Trail Running magazine #Run1000Miles Facebook community. She was very surprised to be asked to do an interview. Hopefully you’ll instantly see why her story is such […]   Keep reading »

Eddie Arthur interview

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clock3rd January 2018

59 year old Eddie Arthur started running in his teens. Here he talks about #Run1000Miles, favourite places to run, preferred nutrition and more.   Eddie, what was your reason for getting involved in the #Run1000Miles Challenge? To be honest, I’m not sure, I think part of the motivation was to get a free ruff. I […]   Keep reading »

Look up and be proud: Dawn Nisbet Interview

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clock28th December 2017

For Dawn Nisbet, 2017 was an awesome year. She shares her story and hopes to inspire others to #getinspired through 2018.   Dawn, what would you say to anyone who tells themselves “I’m not a runner”?  I think if you run, you are automatically a runner, but often we are too worried about what others […]   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 »

Interview: Raj Mahapatra – a truly remarkable runner

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clock20th April 2017

When you’re told you’ll be in a wheelchair within 10 years and not to run, what do you do? In this poignant, touching and stirring interview, Raj Mahapatra explains how running helps him cope with one of the most debilitating conditions. In an attempt to do Raj justice, I’m writing this pretty much as the […]   Keep reading »

Does running ever become enjoyable?

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clock24th March 2017

“Does running ever become enjoyable?”  That was the question posed by a running club mate as we both recovered from a chip-timed track 5k. What he was getting at, in joking obviously, was the pain. You know you’re going to go through it. You know it will hit you and your brain will tell you […]   Keep reading »

Lowri Morgan on #her333 Ultra exploits

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clock19th December 2016

World Class Ultra endurance marathon runner, Lowri Morgan, speaks about #Her333 challenge & her experiences of #UltraRunning and #Adventure   This is one of a series of amazing feats Lowri has in store 2016/17. #BeInspired   Lowri, for those that don’t know you. could you just tell us a little about yourself please? When I […]   Keep reading »

Run Malawi? Run the UK? Go on then

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clock19th November 2016

We spoke to Brendan Rendall, famed for running the length of Malawi and John O’Groats to Lands End. Ordnance Survey #Getoutside Champion – Discovery Channel UK #MYWB Winner. In this interview, he shares the motivations, trials and teachings from his 2016 adventures.   Brendan, how did you get into running? I stared running in 2006, […]   Keep reading »

5 secrets to overcoming ultra running demons

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clock2nd November 2016

The comeback ultra – don’t let a DNF get you down (DNF = ‘did not finish’) I’ve had a funny old year for running this year. I’ve been running for 13 years now, starting as a fun runner, taking selfies during my first charity 10k (Great Manchester Run). I progressed quickly to marathon runner – […]   Keep reading »

Interview: Damian Hall Trail Runner

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clock28th September 2016

There will be tears…Damian Hall shares trail running experiences   Damian, your friends say you’re “annoyingly cheerful”. How would you describe yourself? Occasionally cheerful, always annoying? I’ve no idea. You’d have to ask other people. Oh wait, you did. Annoyingly cheerful it is then. Although, meet me 87 miles into a 100-miler and you’ll likely see […]   Keep reading »