Monthly Archives: June 2016

Off the slippery slope

Following the Montefrio trail race, it was straight back into training and onto the hills to start to try to get some ascent (and more importantly descent) into my legs ready for Ultra Sierra Nevada. Have I done enough? Well, … Continue reading

Running Andalusia!

We’re here, we’re in Spain! Conscious that if I’m going to stand any chance of completing Ultra Sierra Nevada I need to get some hill training in, we’ve decamped to Spain. Plus, it’s Ramadan in Qatar and with it being … Continue reading

The slow-grown runner

Hubby Steve was recently digging through some old photos, and found some of me during my early running career. Wow! Who is this not-so-fresh-faced runner, I thought? Unlike many, I wasn’t really a runner as a kid. Yes, I could … Continue reading