After a year of cancellations, I’m maintaining optimism that next year will be the one for me to complete #21in2021 for four great causes.
This year’s London Marathon is a race like no other. The 40th race is a timely chance to celebrate human endeavour in these challenging times
I’m delighted (and utterly petrified) to share my provisional route for Sunday’s Virtual Comrades Run. 90 kilometres does mean some…
Comrades Marathon is THE bucket list race for many. This year’s race is going virtual so I’m running 90km to Race the Comrades Legends.
Black Lives Matter, but the world seems reluctant to hear it. It’s an indictment on us all that prejudice is still overt in the 21st Century.
100 miles in a week is a long way! The Centurion One Community 2020 was a real insight into the special qualities of the running community.
For the first time in 2 years, I’m running happy and free of injury. It’s fun and allows me to be creative in early fundraising for #21in2021
This week I spoke with Nige from the Runners Cafe about running and mental wellbeing, as part of his Mental Health Awareness Week edition.
Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week, I remember the kindness that saved my life. Small things, great impact. We can all save lives.
I’ve been involved in many mental health campaigns… this is a little different! One in Four combines art, football & mental health.