Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ultimate Direction Fastpack 20 Review

  In many respects, I am no Anton Krupicka or Jared Campbell. I am not a racer, I am a plodder, but more importantly I simply don’t live in an environment like they do. Seeing videos and images of Anton … Continue reading

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Venice Marathon 2014 Race Report

Back in a former life, I was once fondly known by colleagues as ‘Tommy the Bone’. Simply this was derived by people with too much time on their hands playing around with my name and taking Tim to Tom to … Continue reading

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The other side of the Winter 100

The Winter 100 was the first ultramarathon that I volunteered at, two years ago. It’s a miracle I ever volunteered again, after storms blew in and five of us spent all night shivering in the back of a transit van. … Continue reading

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Social Media and Ultrarunning 2

Last year I wrote an article on Social Media and why I was abandoning it for a few weeks before a big race. I was finding it somewhat stifling and was often finding myself looking at posts of other people’s … Continue reading

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Mule Bar- The Range Keeps Growing

To Date I have only finished one Ultra feeling really good. That was the Brecon Beacons Ultramarathon in November of last year. I have put this down to two things. Firstly, being hungry for a result after dropping in my … Continue reading

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2015 Races

As lottery season fast approaches, I have been thinking about my plans for 2015 and what I want to achieve. 2014 has been a very good year; we kicked off the Social Ultra phenomenon in the UK with the Cotswold … Continue reading

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