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Category Archives: Adventure Running

Running the French Alps

People will travel the World to discover the best Mountain Trails and a number of areas have become ‘musts’ to visit. None more so than Chamonix in the heart of the French Alps, more so if you are based within … Continue reading

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From Sheffield to Chamonix – Part 2. Kneehab.

Training was going well until the first week of August, where one bad foot plant in the middle of a brilliant session repping Win Hill set me back about four months. The knee problems that have plagued me since the … Continue reading

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Time to ‘Raise the Fells!’

The Salomon Fellraiser Head Torch Run is upon us…It’s tomorrow night… If you are reading this and wondering, ‘What’s this?’ Then, my previous blog will explain all: There’s a Certain Joy to Night Running >>  For those planning to come … Continue reading

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There’s a Certain Joy to Night Running…

And I am not just talking about running through the city centre, with winters chill in the air and bright lights all around. Don’t get me wrong the bright lights of the city should never be underestimated.  What I am … Continue reading

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‘Sense’ of Mountain Running

Funny, it may well have been a while since my last proper running trip to Snowdonia, yet with a week booked the last two things I expected was Costa del Wales and footwear that made ‘Sense’ out of Mountain Running. … Continue reading

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