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Well done Catton Park Run 200! But alas another run fail for Mr Nearly Ran

8.10am – Wife: ‘Aren’t you going for a parkrun this morning?’ Me: ‘Urrgghh – yep, going on my way’ Exit for kitchen, sound of kettle being switched on. 8:21: Me: ‘Cup of tea, for you’ 8:34: Me (shouts upstairs to… Continue Reading →

Weight for it – my real running goal revealed

How do you incorporate weight training into your running programme? When I signed up to the Wissey Half Marathon I had a secret running goal in mind, to shed some weight. The training has been going pretty well. I’m managing… Continue Reading →

How Andy got back on his bike and set up his new business in Stafford Street

Take a walk past Andy Panks’ shop – AP Cycles and you’re struck by the very cool red and black bike logo – bold striking colours and a bit edgy. I like your logo, who did it, I asked him… Continue Reading →

Mr Bremner’s big run for the miners

October 25 1984 was a big news day in Norwich. At Carrow Road a fire was engufling the City Stand which was keeping the reporters and photographers busy. So busy, in fact, that they almost missed another little piece of… Continue Reading →

Why this man’s app could revolutionise the way you train for your run

By Shaun Lowthorpe Back in 2000 Sean Radford had an idea to develop a piece of computer software that would help you train for your running event from a 10k to an ultra-marathon. But the tech-based innovation was ahead of… Continue Reading →

No cross training for me – but I can tell you where thieves are stealing bikes from

If you like to mix your running training with some cycling be warned – thieves are waiting to get their hands on your bike. In fact, they probably are whether you run or not. But now, if you are lucky,… Continue Reading →

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Every run starts with a first step or a reason why. These are mine. After taking part in several half marathons and my first marathon in Edinburgh in 2015, the running bug has lapsed of late. So I set myself… Continue Reading →

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