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20-Feb-15

Raindrops keep falling on my head... what's happening this Spring?

Run, rain, mud, run, rain, mud... surely not! Where are you running this spring? Here are our suggestions...

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18-Feb-15

The MDS and the toughest FOOT race in the world

Blind Dave Heeley is off to Morocco in early April. He's out and about every day training for his MDS Saharan challenge. He's in Shropshire (England, UK) training on the Caradoc and The Lawley.

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12-Feb-15

Ultra beach running or how to get sand in your running shoes

Do you do a lot of ultra running in the summer time? Have you ever combined a beach holiday with an ultra marathon? With no time for bucket-and-spade activities or rolling up your trousers for a paddle, here’s a selection of RunUltra races where you get to run on sand, seaweed and surf, at least part of the way!

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13-Feb-15

Marathon des Sables 2014, a great adventure - Day Five

In April 2014, John Bell travelled to Morocco with Brian Bougourd and Darren Carre to run the Marathon des Sables for the Headway Guernsey and Children with Cancer UK charity. For all you MDS 2015 participants, 2016 hopefuls and runners with a keen/perverse interest in extreme running follow John in this 5-part diary as he encounters sun, sand and no sangría...

Day five: just one marathon to go.

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12-Feb-15

Marathon des Sables 2014, a great adventure - Day Four

In April 2014, John Bell travelled to Morocco with Brian Bougourd and Darren Carre to run the Marathon des Sables for the Headway Guernsey and Children with Cancer UK charity. For all you MDS 2015 participants, 2016 hopefuls and runners with a keen/perverse interest in extreme running follow John in this 5-part diary as he encounters sun, sand and no sangría...

Day four: deciding day.

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11-Feb-15

Marathon des Sables 2014, a great adventure - Day Three

In April 2014, John Bell travelled to Morocco with Brian Bougourd and Darren Carre to run the Marathon des Sables for the Headway Guernsey and Children with Cancer UK charity. For all you MDS 2015 participants, 2016 hopefuls and runners with a keen/perverse interest in extreme running follow John in this 5-part diary as he encounters sun, sand and no sangría...

Day three: hot and sore feet.

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10-Feb-15

Marathon des Sables 2014, a great adventure - Day Two

In April 2014, John Bell travelled to Morocco with Brian Bougourd and Darren Carre to run the Marathon des Sables for the Headway Guernsey and Children with Cancer UK charity. For all you MDS 2015 participants, 2016 hopefuls and runners with a keen/perverse interest in extreme running follow John in this 5-part diary as he encounters sun, sand and no sangría...

Day two: getting comfortable.

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09-Feb-15

Marathon des Sables 2014, a great adventure - Day One

In April 2014, John Bell travelled to Morocco with Brian Bougourd and Darren Carre to run the Marathon des Sables for the Headway Guernsey and Children with Cancer UK charity. For all you MDS 2015 participants, 2016 hopefuls and runners with a keen/perverse interest in extreme running follow John in this 5-part diary as he encounters sun, sand and no sangría...

Day one: getting there and our first run in the sun.

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05-Feb-15

Over and round the Wrekin by Dave Heeley

Blind Dave Heeley is out and about training for his MDS Saharan challenge this April. This time he's in Shropshire (England, UK) running up and around the Wrekin (407m).

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05-Feb-15

A change of latitude for a new spring in your step?

How keen are you to run ultras in winter? Latitude and climate can completely change your ultra running experience between January and March.

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