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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 12: A Running Family

Today I did a mini Janathon… I got in from work, changed immediately and bashed out a quick 2 miles (Movescount). No sooner had I returned, Junior was ready to go to club… when I picked him up an hour later, … Continue reading

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#Juneathon 2015: Day 6 – Parkrun then Party

Today the Trenthamfolk ran Hanley Parkrun. It’s been a while since we’ve been up to Hanley Park to run as there’s always something going on on a Saturday, be it bootcamp, long run or hangover recovery… However today was my … Continue reading

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#Juneathon Day 8: Hangover, Then Run

Boy oh boy, what happened last night? I’ll tell you what happened, 2 for 1 cocktails, that’s what. I normally leave the pink drinks well alone as the seriously mess me up, but yesterday afternoon I didn’t give it a second … Continue reading

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#Juneathon 2014 Day 4: Just Time For Some Red Dwarf

After a long day at work, I got in and was told I had a hour to get changed and complete my #Juneathon 10k… Off I went into the pouring rain on an empty stomach. I hit the wall almost … Continue reading

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#Janathon Day 5: Messy House

You can’t half tell it’s #Janathon in my house at the moment – there is even more running gear scattered around than usual. There are tops on radiators, towels over the banister, gloves and buffs piled about, muddy trainers in … Continue reading

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#Juneathon Day 23 – Splash & Dash

Often used as a pseudonym for ‘being brief’,  I have no idea where the term ‘splash and dash’ comes from… other than the emergency motorway service station stop-off for the kids, or an important and vital visit to the pub with … Continue reading

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