Rob Hammington, at 70 years young is our oldest Squaddie. He’s living proof that age doesn’t have to hold you back from getting out, keeping active and doing that thing you love. Rob is as keen as mustard and loves getting out to events and having a laugh with like minded runners. We love his Read more about Rob’s Story[…]
Mark O’Sullivan is a Squaddie who has inspired myself and Kerry and many others during his journey to becoming an ultra-marathoner. He is proof that with sheer dedication to training, and mental fortitude you can get there. I asked him if we could share his journey and he kindly did so. Here’s Mark’s story: So Read more about Mark’s Story[…]
We all know that we SHOULD do it. So let’s get rolling to help us with recovery and injury prevention. Here are some handy links: Oh and here’s a song to play whilst you do it, if you are needing some rollspiration.
In February I ran the “big Tarawera” and there was much talk of this “little Tarawera” at the end of the year. This was being run by the same remarkable people. They offered participants a little incentive to sign up for the second one. Eager and intrigued, we didn’t have to think about it for Read more about Emma’s Tarawera 50 Report[…]
Hi squaddies! I was very grateful to run the Kepler trail this weekend. This is a race report of sorts, you may want to settle in with a cup of tea or electrolytes for the endurance read. I could write thousands more words on the tremendous spirit of the event, the dedicated volunteers, the organisers, Read more about Emma’s Kepler Report[…]