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We’re 3 days in and I’ve considered whether I should just ditch Janathon completely. I’ve already failed on 2 days, but that’s 2 days out of 31, and I think food poisoning should be considered a valid excuse. So I shall soldie...

Happy 2018! I’ve woken up feeling surprisingly perky, considering the amount of food and wine I consumed last night. Which is a good job really, because I decided to take part in Janathon again this year. I first did Janathon in 2013, where I c...

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By Indelible Freckles on Sep 25, 2017 in: Running

My humble running ipod is approaching its tenth anniversary. Before I had it for musical accompaniment, I made do with whatever songs I could huff and puff to*, invariably resorting to music from films from a misspent youth. I was on an away-missio...

This Sunday I have a 10k Race coming up. Running these days is an add on to my training, one that I enjoy, but it’s no longer my main focus. When I originally signed up I had lofty plans to train properly and aim for a PB, but my Roller Derby s...

It could get busy around here. The polarising struggle to argue out the sustainable consumption oxymoron often misses the point. Consuming more sustainably than we have done before has to be part of the real world incremental improvement process whil...

It was a photo finish for the ages.  A 99-year-old runner, sneaked by his 92-year-old competitor, winning a 60-meter dash by 500ths of a second. A little lean forward was all World War II veteran Orville Rogers needed to clinch victory. Just loo...

A five-kilometer race, or 5K, is a good goal if you’re beginning to get serious about running. But what if you’re not sure you can run five whole kilometers (that’s three miles)? Don’t worry—it’s fine to take walking breaks.Read more...