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Category - Running

The Holcombe Duathlon – a Miles family outing

Road Biking, Running

Jason and Debbie Miles battled hard in the Holcombe Duathlon last weekend… I’ve not run a single step since May this year, so there was no way I was going to take part in a duathlon. I don’t…

Phil Simcock – Endurance bike racer and endurance blog-writer….

Mountain Biking, Running

“An Eventful Summer” I’m not very good at keeping up-to-date with blogs about events (no! you’re not! – Ed). Straight after a race or ride I’m either too tired, lazy or thinking about the next big thing on…

Martin sacrifices a nipple in the name of a half marathon

Running

So after a couple of years of thrashing out the 10ks left, right and centre, at the end of last year I decided to up the game and get back into the longer distances that were part of…

Becoming a Total Warrior was harder than I thought….!

Running

On Sunday I took part in Total Warrior which is one of a growing number of weekend obstacle course events involving lots of mud. The event is located on farmland near the village of Shap in the Lake…

Neil and his merry band of Tough Mudder-ers have been at it again

Running

See if anyone can guess where our Neil was born and raised …. It was a lovely Sunday morning in God’s Own Country, Skipton, Yorkshire with the majority of Team JMC’s highly tuned athletic machines (and Ken) having…

A Dirty Weekend for Becky!

Running

In May I took part in the Great Manchester run and did my best 10km time ever, this was after 2 very long and difficult hikes in the Lake District…

Sally and friends take on the Bolton 10K

Running

Sally Burgess, Louise and Patrick Watson ran in the Bolton 10k on a lovely sunny day. The race itself was local (always a bonus), friendly and well organised. The route consisted of two laps, mainly through Leverhulme Park.…