running blog


West London runner with a British Military Fitness addiction and new found love of bicycles.

Fairweatherrunner? Yes, because when the going gets tough you’ll find me on the sofa.

I do run in the rain and snow from time to time and do lots of mucking about in the mud at BMF in all weathers, but when its dark, cold, raining, before breakfast, after wine o’clock or I’m on my own, I get very very good at procrastinating and making excuses not to run. I’m afraid I don’t like it when it’s too hot either.

Fortunately I discovered Janathon and Juneathon (jog, log and blog everyday) and through the twitter and blogger running community found running buddies, friends and motivation. My running mileage has increased and I have learned a lot. One thing leads to another and I ran my first marathon in 2012.

This blog is my running diary and record, my race reports and training, my rants and daily rambles of all sorts in Janathon and Juneathon. It helps spare my non-running friends and family from the full details of highs and lows, pace, training plans, running kit, injuries and black toenails.


7 thoughts on “About

  1. Great blog!
    Good luck with the Janathon.

  2. Thanks for the inspiration, for blogging and running. I have just started my own journey, I hope to become as enthusiastic about running as you!

  3. Enjoyed reading your blog – have just taken the leap myself but have been running for a bit – hope I keep as enthusiastic as you!

  4. Been great to meet you all!

  5. Awesome Blog! Glad I found it!

  6. I wish I had found this blog a couple of weeks ago at the start of Juneathon! Still, better late than never. Keep on running and keeping us going!

  7. I’ve been blogging 5 months and can see you have put a lot of time and effort into your Blog, I would appreciate any feedback on mine, cheers

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