So it’s taken a bit longer than I’d hoped but I have finally finished putting together short review with bonus video of the first of this years Xterra series at Riverhead with Team Icebug. Continue reading “Mud, mud, glorious mud”
After the Hillary at the start of the year I suddenly seemed to lose all my gained fitness and plateaued on the weight loss front. This year I’ve set myself the mantra of no event under 10km and the ultimate goal of the 34km Hillary next year (which entries have just opened, so don’t miss out). Something that came clear pretty quickly was that to really have a good go at making serious gains and achieve my goals I was going to need to get some professional help. Continue reading “I need professional help.”
Thanks to Facebook advertising algorithms I was alerted to the existence of the inaugural Waitomo Trail Run, and I was intrigued to see what a race in and around the caves would be like and I signed up for the 11km race quick smart. Being the first year of the race, no one really knew what to expect but with Paul and Tim of the Tarawera Marathon’s fame behind it you knew you could be assured of something special. Continue reading “Cave Dwelling Runners”
With the trials of the Hillary long since passed it was time to plan the next round of challenges and goals. Which races to enter? What distance to do? and how the hell am I going to come up with a plan of attack be to do all these races? Continue reading “Coming up next…”
The day of the Hillary my mother called to tell me that I was famous in New Zealand. Trail running reporter extraordinaire Vicki Woolley earlier in the week interviewed me for an article on the Hillary race in the NZ Herald. This was published on the day of the race.
You can find the article here.
With all our collective training hours behind us it was now time to go for a lovely wee run along the Hillary trail with over five hundred of like (out of their) minded individuals. Oh and what a wee run it turned out to be. Continue reading “Post Hillary Wrap Up”