Cover Photo: Sprint finishing against the coach, Jurgen Zack. As they say….it’s not a honeymoon. Last weekend I decided to mix up my training a bit by taking part in the 10.5km race at Laguna Phuket Marathon. Having been injured recently and not been able to compete in triathlons, it was the perfect excuse to get back on the start line. The event was … Read More Smashing out the 10.5km to take the Win
On the 8th of March, I broke my collar bone in a rather silly accident. As all accidents tend to do, this one involved a certain element of human stupidity. Actually, quite a lot. Anyways, you live and learn. I was in the Philippines, and it was 4 days before what was meant to be my first race on the Ironman 70.3 circuit as … Read More How I ran a half marathon personal best 7 weeks post-op
We all love to do what we’re good at, it’s only natural. If you are able to hold a note and sing like a lark, of course you will enjoy showing off this skill in front of an audience – I still don’t understand how people do this, one karaoke night was enough to prove I’m tone deaf. It’s hard to admit but at … Read More Target your weakness
Recently, I have been asked the same few questions by several of you who (surprisingly) read my blog. Although obvious questions, I realised I have never addressed them. So here they are, and some answers to go with them.