Runner Feature – Ben Green

Our runner feature of the week – Ben Green March 2018, I attended a pre operation assessment while awaiting wrist surgery. At the time of my assessment I weighed 24st 11lbs. At this weight simple daily tasks were difficult, I was in constant pain with my ankles...

Runner Feature – Kat & Libby

This weeks runner feature is the incredible Kat and Libby. This pair have set themselves one hell of a challenge all in aid of Cancer Research UK in the loving memory of Libby’s mum Jo, and Kat is going to tell us all about it! I’m 32 (Left), Libby (Right) is 24...
Runner Feature – Jay Cruz

Runner Feature – Jay Cruz

In 2013 that Jay was re-diagnosed with an extremely rare eye condition called Choroideremia. Unfortunately for Jay, his diagnosis came too late in order to qualify for UK trials and it was only 3 months later that he lost his eye sight completely. Choroideremia...
Runner Feature – Steve Edwards

Runner Feature – Steve Edwards

The man inside the machine… I once read that trying to describe the agony of running a marathon to someone who doesn’t run is like trying to explain colour to someone born blind. As a naive 18 year old I could perhaps be forgiven for failing to prepare properly...
Runner Feature – Dave Ryan

Runner Feature – Dave Ryan

Runners. Who are these people? It’s dark, cold and miserable, yet they’re out on the streets every day, putting themselves through unnecessary sweat before they’ve even left for work! A little over eighteen months ago, I had no idea what possessed someone to become a...
Runner Feature – Matthew Haslam

Runner Feature – Matthew Haslam

My name’s Matt I’m a dad of 4, soon to be 5, and am married to my Kay who’s been a huge part of my training and my best supporter! Well 2018 started and I was incredibly out of shape, so much so I didn’t even want to check my weight!! New years...