Archived post: Running with Rage

The pavement vanished under foot, trees and fields blew past me in a hazy blur, passers-by, fellow joggers, dog walkers, curious onlookers were left to eat my dust. [Note: This is an archived post taken from One Small Step, a running blog I wrote during my training for the 2012 Virgin London Marathon.] I was running. […]

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Archived post: On my knees…

It probably goes without saying that if you’re planning to run a marathon, it helps to have legs that are at least in some kind of working order. [Note: This is an archived post from One Small Step, a running blog I kept during my training for the 2012 Virgin London Marathon] Unfortunately, mine never have […]

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Archived post: See it. Feel it. Do it. How I ran a thousand marathons before I even hit the starting line

One of favourite movies of all time is The Commitments. A gritty, endearing, and often hilarious tale about a rag-tag group of soul musicians striving for success in working-class Dublin. [NOTE: This is an archived post from an older blog, originally published on October 24th, 2012] Undoubtedly my favourite scenes throughout the whole film involve the band’s ambitious young manager role-playing […]

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