Nikki’s Marathon Monthly – Kat Hobbs

The world of running feels like it’s slowly becoming a little more social again now. It seems normal to run virtual runs now, with a lot of large scale races offering them as alternatives, like the London Marathon has done – at least we can avoid the crowds! We have the added bonus of group […]

Nikki’s Marathon Monthly – Graham Sampson

Another Marathon Monthly and although most marathons have declared their position, two of them (London and Brighton) are still clutching their cards close to their chests, whilst we (the runners) await their decisions. We do have the excitement of a race in the not too distance future, with the Fox still going ahead, which will […]

Nikki’s Marathon Monday – Week 3 – Neil Boosey

Running with a little help from my friends I’m Nikki and I’m a first-time marathon runner. I’m spending some time, talking to members of WH who have run a marathon, to find out about their marathon experiences and to see if I can collect as many marathon tips and tricks as I can for myself […]

Nikki’s Marathon Monday – Week 2 – Tanya Boardman

Keep on Running I’m Nikki and I’m training to run a marathon. Whilst I train, I’m seeking out club members that have run a marathon and asking them about their first marathon, along with any of the tips and tricks that they’d like to share with me. This week, I’m talking to Tanya Boardman. If […]

Nikki’s Marathon Monday – Week 1 – Gary Lee

It’s a RUNderful Life I’m Nikki and I’m training to complete a marathon in the Spring of 2020. When I initially signed up, it seemed like an exciting challenge. But, now we’re in January and beginning the longer weekend runs, I’m starting to wonder what on earth made me choose to do this. It’s much […]

Azores Whalers Route – Jesper Lidstrom

Social media, it’s not all bad… Adventures on the Azores Whalers Route With my interest growing in trail running and especially in mountain races my Instagram feed last year was bursting at the seams with stunning mountain vistas from races far and near. This is how I stumbled on and started to follow the “Ultra […]

On The Spot – Dan Burton

When did running begin for you? I have my brother to blame for this. He forced me to go running with him once after sixth-form and I’ve not stopped since. Why do you run? Escapism – it’s a great way to unwind. Plus, if I run, I can eat what I like! What race or […]

Neil’s NDW100 Adventure

Huge congratulations to Neil Boosey for his outstanding achievement, completing the North Downs Way 100 (mile) race in an amazing 22 hours and 44 minutes! Thanks to Neil for this detailed account of his adventure with his crew! The Centurion North Downs Way 100, is a 102.9-mile trail run from Farnham, along the Surrey Hills […]