Monthly Archives: August 2011

Guest Blog – How to race to your potential

After many years of running I now always perform in races to my potential. It may not be fast, but I feel good, because I have beaten my target. I notice that many runners, especially those who do not use … Continue reading

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Reflections on my A race and effects on my B race

Having taken a few days off after my Antwerp 1/2 Ironman event, it was good to be able to refocus my efforts in training and reflect on my strengths and weaknesses. I am starting to reach the end of my … Continue reading

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Guest Blog – My Journey to London 2011

Up until 8 months ago I considered myself a very active, healthy and knowledgeable social sportsman. I regularly visited the gym to throw iron around and played numerous team sports, following from a long youth of sporting endeavours. I didn’t … Continue reading

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