Next time I race I’m hopeful of being back to my best

We had the pleasure of catching up with Wales’ pre-eminent long distance runner, Swansea Harrier Dewi Griffiths to see how he was adapting to the current circumstances and the lack of racing. Asics runner Dewi is considered to be one of Britain’s best marathon runners having run 2.09.49 at the Frankfurt Marathon in 2017. HeContinue reading “Next time I race I’m hopeful of being back to my best”

Keeping an eye on the Marathon – Catching up with Welsh endurance athlete Clara Evans

We took the time to speak to Welsh international endurance athlete Clara Evans about life during lockdown and plans for the future. Cardiff AAC athlete Clara has seen a rapid improvement over the last couple of years and has run 16.02 for 5k, 33.07 for 10k, 72.29 for the half marathon and 2.46.03 for theContinue reading “Keeping an eye on the Marathon – Catching up with Welsh endurance athlete Clara Evans”

Cake, Mud and Team Spirit – The joy of Cross Country

Given the lack of running action due to Covid-19 we thought it would be worthwhile looking back at the domestic cross country season that has recently come to a close – a discipline we feel that never gets enough exposure. We have the lowdown on the Gwent and North Wales Cross Country Leagues during theContinue reading “Cake, Mud and Team Spirit – The joy of Cross Country”

Underground Sprints and Hallway Reps

On the 14th of March I ran outside for the last time. When I will run outside again is anybody´s guess, but here we are in Spain, on day seven of full lockdown which means I will be cooped up doing hallway shuttles until the 11th April, at the very least. What does full lockdownContinue reading “Underground Sprints and Hallway Reps”