• Three Pauls

    This is the week that was…

    Tuesday’s club run this week was the Out and Back route to the Star. James was super excited this week making it to The Star this time! Janice was the Fartlek Fun Giver on Wednesday with another brutal route for those not interested in the football (it didn’t come home). James was still excited on […]

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  • Newsletter

    This is the week that was…

    …still hot. When will it end?! The weather may be hotter than hot, but this did not stop LFR from heading out on our club runs. Tuesday was the hugely popular Pyjama Run. We had runners turn up to the invite night, dressed in their jimmiest jammies, to go for either a six mile or […]

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  • Beer Mile

    This is the week that was…

    The week began with another of our trail summer series, this time at Ashridge. Another beautiful evening for it – no rain this year! Check out the Events Calendar for details of upcoming club runs to see where we’ll be each week! Vicky took on the Fartlek Whistle of Torment on Wednesday where I hear […]

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  • Silverstone 10K by Kevin Hare

    As a fan of motor racing, when Silverstone 10K got advertised it was a run which I definitely wanted to participate in.  To run round the home of British Motor Racing…you don’t get many chances to do that.  On the day it was exciting as you drive through the gates and park in Silverstone and […]

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  • MK Marathon Ambassador 2018 (Part Two)

    Almost two months ago I told you all about my grand plans – ambitious, but grand – for the MK Marathon.  I’m an Ambassador this year. An event I love. I had to get stuck in. At that time it was just under 11 weeks to go.  We’re now at under three weeks to go […]

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  • My First Half Marathon by Kevin Hare

    I wanted to set myself a challenge to finish 2017, so I booked the MK Winter Half Marathon on 10th December 2017.  It would be the longest distance I would have run.  My training was really over short distances of 6 miles leading up to it and personally I have run 10 miles on my […]

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    Plogging! by James Smith

    PLOGGING – THE LATEST CRAZE THAT’S SWEEPING THE NATION (DO YOU SEE WHAT I DID THERE!) If you’re anything like me (and why the hell wouldn’t you be?) I’m sure that you like to keep up with all the latest fads – so, after a hard day’s loom-band bracelet making (stopping occasionally only to feed […]

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  • MK Marathon Ambassador 2018 – The Race!

    It’s me again!  Following on from Part Two, the MK Marathon Weekend has been and gone.  What happened to my plans?  Did I follow them?  What did JG do?  Well… At the time of the previous blog, my aim was to run 10 miles that weekend.  When training for a half marathon, if you can […]

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  • Race Report – Wootton XC – by Captain Dan

    The rain had subsided on a cold but sunny Sunday morning at Delapre Abbey where the scene was set for two minutes silence to ponder on those who had given so much for their country. Let’s go back 30 minutes to Northampton High School and to the point where the sports hall had emptied out […]

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  • Snowdonia Marathon by Jen Garner

    When you hear about a marathon at Snowdon, you may think you run up to the top of the mountain and then back down.  The route for Snowdonia Marathon is, in fact, much worse than this.  You run around Snowdonia National Park, with Snowdon in the middle.  It has a total of 838 metres of […]

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