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March 12, 2017

So that was it. The Falmouth Half Marathon came and went, as brutal as ever. A chilly northwesterly wind gradually blew the remaining clouds away as we piled round Pendennis Point, allowing hazy sunshine to filter through and warm us up. Fantastic home crowd support sp...

February 26, 2017

The Looe 10 Miler. Probably the most brutal 10 miler on tarmac in this part of the world, taking in the steep hills around Looe and Talland. A fine drizzle did little to dampen the spirits on the start line, with the exciting prospect of the Looe hills ahead. The fast...

February 19, 2017

This has to be the toughest Cornish half marathon I've done. I have to say I'm disappointed with today as my legs had nothing in them from very early on and this took some of the enjoyment out of it. The weather was mild, with a fine drizzle in the air, but the scenery...

February 5, 2017

After a few days of rough weather, the morning of the Newquay 10K dawned calm and chilly, with once again ideal running conditions. Not the most exciting race on the calendar, but the route does take runners away from a housing estate on the edge of Newquay into the su...

January 22, 2017

The 2017 Cornish Grand Prix series returned with Storm Force 10 at Camborne. Crisp and chilly weather on the start line with a very gentle breeze signalled that this was going to be the perfect day for a PB. Straight into it from the start line into a fast downhill sec...

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