The fact that I have a pram trumps your personal space and right to enter and/or exit this train.
Yours truly is going to be running the London Marathon in 2013.
But it means a ton of training is required. Need to get planning…
…and fundraising, as I got my place courtesy of Epilepsy Action.
Another personal best! A great run in the London sunshine. Full analysis and more self-congratulatory nonsense via the link above.
Counting down to this year’s Royal Parks Half-Marathon…
So once again, I’m running the Royal Parks Foundation half-marathon in London. Just a few weeks to go and I’m still fundraising. And still training - even while on holiday here in Spain! As ever, I’m raising money for Epilepsy Action.
As someone living with the condition, I can vouch for the great work they do in educating the public and supporting people just like me.
Anything you can spare can be donated via the link above. And in return, you’ll get to see photos of my exhausted body cross the finish line. And know that your money is going to support a very worthy cause.
King’s Cross station is really looking quite snazzy these days. This post from Londonist take a look at how some very old factors have combined to result in the wonderful curves of the new station.
Morning run in the sun… Was slowed down by the sheer volume of tourists once I crossed the Millennium Bridge and couldn’t speed up again until Tower Bridge.
Next stage of training plan calls for upping this to 15km. Next weekend, it’s back to the old Wapping -> Westminster and back route.