RTTS team

Race to the Stones: Thoughts from Race Day

On Saturday, I took on Race to the Stones as part of an all-female race team, RTTS100. Here are a few things I learned along the way: I loved Race to … Continue Reading →


Race e-guide: The Melbourne marathon, half marathon and 10k

It’s been a while since I published a race e-guide (or blog post, for that matter), but hopefully this one will fill the gap and some, as it’s a bit … Continue Reading →


Kit review: The North Face FL Race Vest

In the ultra running world, owning a race vest is something of a rite of passage. They’re a practical, lightweight bit of kit designed to carry all the bits you … Continue Reading →


Being positive

Last weekend, I cycled from London to Brighton with a brilliant group of new friends. Polly led the pack and navigated. Laura made banana bread and a brilliant video of … Continue Reading →


Race report: The London Marathon

I ran the London Marathon last week. My legs weren’t really very happy about that. It was only a week after the South Downs Way 50 miler and they were in … Continue Reading →


Team RTTS100 x The North Face take on Race to the Stones!

I blogged a while back about an exciting ultra project I was involved in with Soph at Pretty Fit and global mega brand The North Face.  Fast forward a month or … Continue Reading →


South Downs Way 50: Some alright photos

My Dad is always on hand at races to get good pics, but the photographer at the South Downs Way 50 miler also managed to snap some half decent shots … Continue Reading →


Race report: The South Downs Way 50 miler

It’s taken a while for the events of the weekend to sink in and it was hard to know where to start with this. Although I like to think I … Continue Reading →


New running adventures and Parkrun tourism

I live in the best part of London to be a runner. I’m not biased or nothin’, but living a mile from the Thames towpath, two kilometres from Richmond Park … Continue Reading →


Taking stock

Back to back long runs can seem daunting, but they’re not so bad. Honest. They were the backbone of my ultra-training last year and I came to really enjoy them, … Continue Reading →