Run for the Journey

Run for the Journey

Smile for the Camera

We've all been there. Spotting the race photographer, normally hunched in the verge at the side of the road or trail, trying to look inconspicuous in his high vis vest. But how do you react? Read on…

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Map My Run

Map My Run

Before the advent of GPS we naturally gave directions using landmarks. “Straight through the village, up the hill and left just after the Red Lion”. But satnav has changed all that for the motorist and in many ways technology also changes the way we run…

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Bushy Park - Where It All Began

Bushy Park - Where It All Began

Through the early morning mist you could just make out some movement. Faint rustlings can be heard from the gathering masses. This is Bushy Park in South west London and this is parkrun, the brainchild of founder Paul Sinton-Hewitt.

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A Sense of Place

A Sense of Place

Many of us strive to live “in the moment”, but it’s not that easy. Running certainly helps…

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Run Baby Run

Run Baby Run

Can’t see your toes because of your baby bump? If the answer to that question is yes then running is probably not at the top of your immediate priorities. But once you have had your little one and are settling into motherhood you may decide you want to start running again…

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Blurred Vision

Blurred Vision

With the road-racing season fast approaching there are 5k, 10k and half marathons a plenty to choose from. Even the marathon has become mainstream over recent years. Racing the same distance regularly is a great way to benchmark progress and set targets. However it’s easy to get stuck in a rut...

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Welcome back from Rio, Gillian!

Welcome back from Rio, Gillian!

Gill's back from Rio after her successful race on August 20th (finishing 23rd among 55 in the female triathlon race).  We met Gill 6 weeks before she left for Rio...
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