Lee Brace was not a runner and not your average building surveyor. Following a health scare in 2016 (which turned out to be trivial) he started training for the 3 Peaks Challenge by walking. Walking bored him, so he jogged in hiking boots and became a runner. In 2019, he went big by running his … Continue reading Interview with Lee Brace
Steve Bonthrone has been running for 21 years. A back problem in 1997 gave him the push to get fit. So he entered the 1998 London Marathon and got a place. Crossing the finish line changed his life. He wanted to help people achieve things they previously didn’t believe possible just as he had done. … Continue reading Interview with Steve Bonthrone
3 Lessons from the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon
My opinion of David Weir, the T54 wheelchair racer, who keeps winning the London Marathon, and my thoughts on how great an athlete he is.
Two humbling running lessons I learnt in my last week of training for my local 10 mile race.
My opinion of Mo Farah's second London Marathon and my thoughts on his future prospects at the distance.