Every Mile is a Victory

Welcome to Queen of the Mile for those that love running and road cycling and consider every mile as a personal victory. Brought to you by Lorna North and some inspiring contributors.

 

Why I am taking my 3rd marathon a lot less seriously

I think that by the time you agree to run your third marathon you can acknowledge that deep down, you might actually quite like them. Experience and retrospect from the last two attempts at running 26.2 have taught me a lot and have also paved the way for a complete...

5 ways I broke out of my running rut

I think I was in a running rut from about April 2013 until the beginning of March 2015. It began just after the London Marathon after not getting the time I was hoping for. Instead of just patting myself on the back for even finishing my first marathon, I instead...

How to prepare for your triathlon through visualisation

Rebecca Porter talks us through how she visualises her goal in order to have a great race. I spend hours in the gym and on the road training for triathlons. I think I can safely say that I am in the best physical shape of my life and I’m feeling pretty good about...

How Sophie went from casual jogger to multiple ultra marathon runner

Sophie Grant, 30, started running eight years ago and could only run for 15 minutes at a time. Since then she has run 15 marathons and 20 ultra marathons. Last year she came 4th in Marathon de Sables and 3rd in the Transgrancaria Advanced in the women's category....

Why I end long rides with a beer and the brewery supporting women’s cycling

Beer is brilliant isn’t it? I speak to 4CrossBrewery about how they use beer to support women’s fixed racing team, Why Be Normal?