Then I'll begin. Once upon a time there was a club called Leicester City - the ugly sisters of the Premier League who had waited 132 years to meet their Prince Charming. After a number of suitors turned them down along came Claudio Ranieri. How the fair kingdom of the Premier League laughed, "you wanted...
So .....we are nearly there! Last time I blogged I was literally falling apart - I'm pleased to report that my knee and ankle are in good shape thanks to rest (frustrating) and physio (fantastic) - my longest run since my injuries is 15 miles and I won't lie it hurt but reassured me I...
So it turns out I have wonky hips..........this was causing my right knee to turn inwards and damaged the soft tissue on the outside of my right knee. As a result I haven't been able to run for 2 weeks!So I have been in a bit of a grump and not blogged.
So with less than 6 weeks to go it was time to get some new running shoes. A big thank you to Stephen and the team at Sweatshop's London Marathon store near Liverpool St station - they put Victoria and I through a series of tests to find the best trainers for the rest of our training and the big day. Stephen...
So there has been a slight set back.......we've been ill. That wasn't factored into the training schedule!I was taken out for a week by laryngitis and the next week Victoria was in her sick bed with a knock out cold. This means we haven't been able to train for a week each and for a...
So I have become obsessed with fueling and foam rollers. I've learnt in attempting longer distances that parts of your legs will hurt that have never caused you problems before. There I was worrying about my knees only to discover it's my calves and ankles that are painful this week.
For those of you who followed and supported me riding the 1st stage of the Tour de France in Yorkshire last summer many have asked 'what next?'. Well for my next challenge.......... I will be running the London Marathon! My sister Victoria and I will be running it for Sparks - a fantastic charity that...
Posted: I've worked in football for nearly a decade now and have seen the treatment of women involved in the game change dramatically. Women's football is getting more coverage, there are more professional women footballers and participation levels and television audiences are growing.
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