All hail the King
‘The King of the mountains’?? I know the Tour de France was in full swing but this was a bit over the top. Such were my immediate thoughts when reading the race description for the Frome Half Marathon. They were offering prizes for the fastest man and woman up Egford Hill, which was a mid-race 0.6 km uphill stretch with an average gradient of around 7%. Hmm, lovely. Continue reading “Frome Half Marathon 16 July 2017 – review by Andy A”
Man or mouse or cheese?
One of the good things about running is it isn’t just a matter of putting one foot in front of the other. It also forces you to ask yourself questions; some physical, some mental, some both. Continue reading “Torbay Half – 25 June – event review by Andy A”
And so it was back to Bath for the second leg of the Bath Challenge, a series of three races of varying distances, routes and gradient profiles spread across 4 weekends throughout the year. Continue reading “Bath Two Tunnels Half Marathon – 14th May 2017 – Event review by Andy A”
Following a hugely successful Couch to 5k course in the spring – with ten graduates joining the club, we are running another course starting in September. Continue reading “Couch to 5k beginner’s course”