Race Date: 28/04/2019
This is one of those races that is on everyone’s bucket list if you’re a runner. I was very lucky, that I had the opportunity to race this, and was able to get in via a charity place. I knew a charity, that was created by one of my cousins, and asked to enter the charity ballot for London, and fortunately enough they got in, and then they ask me to represent them. I am forever grateful, that they gave me this opportunity.
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Race Date: 03/02/2019
This was the 5th anniversary of this 10k race, and my second time attending. I think the key difference from last year was it was even colder this year. This was also my first race after injury, so wasn’t really expecting anything spectacular in my performance.
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On my anniversary of racing, I had to go back to Sheffield 10K, where it all started. The race took place on Sunday 23rd September, and this year I was accompanied by several people from my company as part of the Corporate Challenge.
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Over the past year, I have re-started my hobby of running. It all started when. unfortunately, my mum was diagnosed with Cancer. There’s more about that here.
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Over the weekend, was my first race of 2018, where I was in the Cancer Research UK London Winter Run. It was my first race outside of South Yorkshire and on a potential flat PB course. The event is well organised and was in its fourth year as an event. With 20,500 people expected and a sold-out event, the race times were different depending on individuals time targets specified at registration. What this meant was that my allocated time was 10:18, for my estimated time, which was around 1 hour. I entered this race before I ran Percy Pud, so didn’t think I could get below the 1-hour barrier.
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As most of you are aware, my mother was diagnosed with stage 2 non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in December 2016, It was a lengthy treatment of Chemotherapy, and I would never wish anything like this for anyone.
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