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Why Wolf Hall has set me on the Tudor running trail

I love a good book, and Wolf Hall is supposed to be one of the best. But the truth is it took me longer to read it than it did to train for the Edinburgh Marathon.

Run Norfolk and run the world!

You may have noticed that it’s been a big week for Britain internationally with Article 50 and all that. Croissants may well be off the menu in future, as the nation returns to Great British Bacon and Eggs (though try… Continue Reading →

Good luck to everyone taking part in the Broadland Half Marathon

It’s the Broadland half marathon on Sunday and what a great event that is. Except, I won’t be running this year – just as I didn’t last year either. And do you know why? Because it sells out really quickly… Continue Reading →

You’re..Once..Twice..Three times Saucony

One of my missions this year was to get myself some new running shoes.   In fact, it was one of the three goals I had set myself for 2017 – and like a newly inaugurated president I have pretty… Continue Reading →

Have you set your running goals for the year?

Happy New Year! I managed my first parkrun of the year at Catton Park last week. It was a good run and busier than normal as lots of runners from Norwich Road Runners took part in a special run in… Continue Reading →

Will you sign up to the first Marriott’s Way Marathon?

For many people Marriott’s Way is a much loved running route – it has been one of my training mainstays, whether that’s part of a short loop of used as a training route for a half or full marathon. But… Continue Reading →

Simon Wright interview part 2 – my favourite run routes and why I love running in Norfolk

Former Norwich South MP Simon Wright recently revealed to Runnorfolk how running had helped him overcome the trauma of losing his seat in the 2015 General Election. In the second part of our exclusive interview with him, Simon talks about… Continue Reading →

Interval running – the gap between two bins

“You need speed, speed’s what you need!” So said Mickey to Rocky Balboa when tasked with getting the Italian Stallion into shape for his first bout with Apollo Creed. Mickey’s method was to get Rocky to chase and catch some… Continue Reading →

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