Great Glen Ultra

Named as one of Scotland's toughest running challenges, the Great Glen Ultra starts at Fort William and covers 72 miles/116km and 9,300 feet/2,000m of climbing along the Great Glen Way all the way to Inverness.  It's a long way to drive, let alone run!  I had a tough day out there on the route and … Continue reading Great Glen Ultra

Ding! Ding! I did The Fling!

I'm not really sure what drew me to sign up for The Fling, a 53 mile race from Milngavie to Tyndrum along the West Highland Way, considering I don't do a lot of local races, preferring to race abroad, and also that the WHW is part of my regular training run but for some reason … Continue reading Ding! Ding! I did The Fling!

Morocco Tizi n Trail

Something for everyone! Run for fun, race for time, challenge yourself with a multi day event, or simply walk & explore the beautiful trails of a stunning and mystical country that is close to my heart, Morocco. Morocco Tizi n Trail is a race each year consisting of 3 stages between 20 and 28km between … Continue reading Morocco Tizi n Trail

Making Plans

After such a big year in 2016, particularly with my personal challenge of running #500kin5days with Marina Ranger in Simply Runderful; my body needed a rest.  So did my heart and my mind. I'd had a lot going on in the back end of the year with my husband, Dion living in China from August until … Continue reading Making Plans

Running Together

As I reached the final peak of 'Eight Immortals' of the Wilson trail high in the mountains of Hong Kong my head torch made out the silhouette of a man perched on the summit. That man was my ever patient and supportive husband Dion who had been waiting patiently for me in the dark as … Continue reading Running Together

The Unexpected 100km

  My mind & heart had finally made a full recovery after some life changes including leaving my job and adjusting to life with Dion, my husband, living away in Beijing until the new year -Read more about his incredible running journey with GOBI stray desert dog at http://www.findinggobi.com. My legs were another story.  I was … Continue reading The Unexpected 100km

What’s in my bag?

I often get asked "What's in your bag?" from other runners, so I thought I would share what I have in my bag on a daily basis for my runs, this is what works for me and you should always adapt this to your own conditions and requirements as this is by no means the … Continue reading What’s in my bag?

Lochore 10km

I’m built for endurance, not for speed. Looking at my racing CV you will see that 10km distances don’t feature on my race calendar, but when I heard about a wee local 10km race around the Lochore Meadows Country Park I thought this might be a good option for me to put my ‘speed’ to … Continue reading Lochore 10km