Month: May 2018

Nuclear Races – The Big One

On Saturday 19th May, when most were sipping on mimosas and watching the Royal Wedding, others were preparing for epic muddy fun at the Nuclear Secret Bunker. For the first time, on a morning of an OCR race I woke to bright blue skies… Continue Reading “Nuclear Races – The Big One”

Letting go of a bad race.

When you have trained for months on end, clocking up hundreds of miles to prepare for race day and ironed out numerous issues with kit en route – the last thing you want is for the race to not go as planned. There is… Continue Reading “Letting go of a bad race.”

A day trip to Brussels

With the wonders of Eurostar one can jump on the train and within a couple of hours be in one of many cities in Europe. A few years back I decided to catch the first train to the picturesque city of Brussels for a… Continue Reading “A day trip to Brussels”

The Isle Of Wight Challenge

When I signed up for the Isle of Wight Challenge with Ultra Challenges I never imagined anything but reaching the finish line. From the minute I committed to the challenge, the training began. Pre Christmas saw me racking up the mileage alone, then as… Continue Reading “The Isle Of Wight Challenge”