Monthly Archives: March 2015

Newton’s Fraction half marathon hammy hell

I should have been well prepared for the Newton’s Fraction (aka Grantham) half marathon. I should have been in great form. I’d just spent two weeks at altitude knocking out some miles on the trail; and Newton’s was supposed to … Continue reading

Trail training… over-training!

Spain is well Spain and a trail runner’s dream. We enjoyed two glorious weeks in the mountains, finding new trails at a slow pace and not impressing the locals with the distances we covered at all! In most countries, when … Continue reading

Sevilla Marathon – a new PB

Before I post about a not-so-great-race performance I’d better put this one live! Sevilla Marathon was one big party. I’d not raced for four months and my legs were eager for a spin out. As always fitness was a bit … Continue reading