Bruce White – The hills and trails of Scotland is where you will find me; this is my playground. but first and foremost running puts a smile on my face.Details
what advice you would give to your younger running self? ..”People run to get fit but you have to be fit to run.”
Bruce White – The hills and trails of Scotland is where you will find me; this is my playground. but first and foremost running puts a smile on my face.
Training Vlog – My struggle with ITB soreness, the fight between self-discipline and laziness, running goals for 2016 and a Debut Marathon for 2016.
Christina Lewis – A good long-run before most people are out of bed; it gives me a real sense of achievement.
Beth – My dad was and still is an absolutely amazing inspiration. Running was his safe place and even after getting a brain tumour
Anders Delbekk – I have struggled with some injury this season ,but they don’t compare to my struggle with serious allergies and asthma.
Aline Merheb – I have found there is no one session but continuous training throughout the entire year that helps me build my strength and endurance.
Carina Viljoen – When you know how hard it is to train and the preparation that goes into each race, you start to respect.
Taralyn Tharp Kohler – Bob told me (with gasping breaths) that he had a brain tumour, I told him to keep his head up and his eyes on the lady with the flag.
Marija Byrne – By the time I was at the 12-mile mark, I looked at my feet and noticed my once sparkling white shoes had lots of red blood.
Fairul Ramli – I have seen increased discipline in all areas of my daily life and the running community is very positive and motivating.
Rebecca Doyle – I wanted to give up. It reminded me of the times my son was fighting for his life in hospital, He never gave up.