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2018 Australia Day Ultra Marathon Ultra #8 Saturday, 20 January 2017 I’ve been carrying a hamstring injury all through 2017 and although it’s much better since getting platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections directly into the tendon, it’s still not 100% so I’ve not been able to run on any surfaces other than flat roads/paths for […]

Master of none

2016 World Masters Athletics Championships Marathon Marathon #16 Sunday 06 November 2016 I never intended to run this event, but Tracy convinced me to sign up by asking, “When will you ever get the opportunity to represent your country by running in your home city?” This made too much sense at the time, so I […]

Closer to Catastrophe

WAMC Perth Marathon 2016 Marathon #14 Sunday 12 June 2016 I looked back through some personal history to remember this event in 2013 was my first ever marathon, and that I’ve done it two more times since that first effort. I was shitting myself then, but running a marathon now has become a bit more […]

Pounding the pavement

WAMC Perth Marathon 2015 Marathon #10 Sunday 14 June 2015 A few weeks ago, I ran the HBF Run for a Reason Half Marathon and despite not feeling well I ran a PB! I finished in less than 100 minutes, I’m finally into double digits. That run didn’t feel like it took too much out […]

Cold, cold, cold

Portsmouth Coastal Waterside Marathon

2014 Portsmouth Coastal Waterside Marathon Marathon #7 Sunday, 21 December 2014 It’s been just over a fortnight since the CTS Dorset marathon and its brutal hills. My calves and quads were sore for days, even with a visit to the physiotherapist, regular massage, stretching and plenty of walking. It wasn’t until four days after Dorset […]

Into darkness


2014 Chevron City to Surf Marathon Marathon #5 Sunday 31 August 2014 This was my second time running this event: In 2013 I completed the course in 3:56:47 (net time). I was hoping to beat this, but my preparation had been interrupted with a horrible chest cold and flu that was still lingering. Grant Langford […]

Hottest things is my shorts


2014 Bunbury Three Waters Running Festival 50km Ultra-marathon #1 Sunday, 13 April 2014 Hey, uh, hi. Can you help me? What’s your name? “My name’s Roosevelt E. Roosevelt.” Roosevelt, what town are you stationed in?. “I’m stationed in Poontang.” Well, thank you, Roosevelt. What’s the weather like out there? “It’s hot. Damn hot! Real hot! […]