Monthly Archives: November 2016

Wet, wet, wet at Ultra Sierra Norte

Hereby follows an apology: Dear feet, Recently, I subjected you to horrendous conditions and for that I am truly sorry. I want you to know this because I appreciate how awesome you are. Where other people get blisters and black toenails, … Continue reading

Jamon and trails

Race prizes in Spain are a beauty to behold to ultra runners…since they usually involve our all time favourite items…namely food! So far I’ve bagged olive oil, peaches, asparagus from road races. Yup, I know it’s enough to make any … Continue reading

Hitting the trails – thankfully

Following my 10km charge, I’ve spent the last couple of weeks nurturing my niggly hamstring, blowing the cobwebs out on our local trail race, and discovering the benefits of recent endurance training. On lurching over the line at Santa Fe, … Continue reading