the world's most beautiful marathon
Easter Weekend | 18 & 19 April 2014
Chapman's Peak Drive: The iconic climb
Southern Cross Drive: The Half Marathon's big challenge
The Race Recon Series is here - clear eyes for race day
It’s late August 2010 and outside London is starting to bleed into the colours of autumn.
Running is, decidedly, infectious! My first long distance race happened after a friend invited me to run the 1995 Toronto half marathon while living in Canada.
The critical non-essentials - the final 1%. It's in the details
From Fins to Faas - RUNNING FOR THE OCEANS!
In the next few days you should be receiving your official Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon magazine in your post box.
One month checkpoint: Walking on the razor's edge
I did my first marathon this past Sunday.
What a hack.
In previous articles, I’ve spoken about how physiology rewards consistency, and about the importance of systematically and building up the duration of your weekly long run so that you hit a peak ar
In 2003, I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) and, at 23 years old, had never heard of it and just wanted it to go away.
When you reduce it down to its purest and most logical definition, training is really nothing more than a systematic method of lifting your “physical ceiling”. When you line up on
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