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Abandon All Hope: Think More Clearly

Everyone needs a race like this once in a while. I had signed up to the Dusk ’til Dawn 50-miler months ago, getting the last spot in the list of 100 places, and knew fully what to expect. 50 miles, … Continue reading

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Bin Bags at Dawn

Ideally, I would have commandeered┬ámy son. At just shy of two year’s old he has hit 11kg and is tall enough to sit comfortably on my shoulders. But the problem is that he wriggles so much that it’s hard enough … Continue reading

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Lost in Transition: Or Why I’ll Never Be a Triathlete

It took me until Sunday morning to realise that I never knew how to ride a bike. Throughout most of my life – from the age of seven, when I cycled to school, and would spend my summer evenings pretending … Continue reading

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