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#Janathon Day 5: I Got Chills

You may have gathered that this week I am on my holidays. No such luxuries for Mrs Trenthamfolk however… She was typically up late, so in a particularly chivalrous display of affection and self-sacrifice, I offered to defrost her car while she … Continue reading

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#Janathon Day 2: Mixing It Up

This morning I met up with my running wife, Ems, just after sun-up. Ems has landed a place at the 2017 Virgin London Marathon and is starting her VLM training in much the same way as myself and my IRONMAN … Continue reading

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#Janathon Day 30: Up and Early

Today I got up and ran early – I’ve been waiting all week to get stuff done, so didn’t want to get stuck into chores knowing that I had to Janathon later. I hit the canal before 8 and bashed … Continue reading

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#Janathon Day 26: So Called Storm Thingy

As I was driving home today, Sally Traffic was full of tales of woe and destruction: Storm thingy that buried the East Coast of America under six feet of snow at the weekend was now dumping apocalyptic amounts of rain on the UK … Continue reading

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#Janathon Day 24: Quiet Sundays

Today I met running wife Em’s for an early morning #Janathon… we hooked up on the canal and went on our usual 10k route, gassing and gossiping all the way. It was a warm morning, double figure in fact, so … Continue reading

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#Janathon Day 10: Sunday Sunny Run

Today I ran with a bunch of my Trentham Running Club mates. We met in Barlaston village down the road for a 9:30 start. The air was chilly but the sun was up and out and it was set for a lovely … Continue reading

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#Janathon Day 9: Father & Son

Today I Janathonned with Trenthamfolk Junior. He rode his bike whilst I ran. It was a fairly slow average pace because I spent a lot of time helping him change gear and break whilst leaping frantically to stop him riding into the … Continue reading

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