I found out later than most that I would be taking part in the London marathon, what was to be my first. I’m quite unpredictable in my race prep, so I took to running a mountain marathon on day one of marathon training. 28 miles, several thousand meters of climbing later I felt good, and dare I say had enjoyed it.
By trade I’m an obstacle racer, I took up running only April of last year, and I hated it. Obstacle racing was my passion to start with, it appeared to my strengt
Running has always been a part of my life, and on many levels, it was, and still can be, a love hate relationship.
I would begrudgingly put on my trainers, and slog through the streets to build up my running stamina to make a three mile run, slowly I became stronger, and began to enjoy my little accomplishments as each month became a little easier.
It was then and without hesitation I called myself a runner. Every year I have watched the London Marathon, thousands of people
Another day, another group of children engaged in charitable giving and global poverty issues! This time we want to tell you all about Heath House, a small school in Blackheath that took part in our urban poverty lesson in order to learn all about children living in India's most deprived street and slum communities. The children watched video footage of the squalid conditions of the Shivaji Nagar dumping ground and learnt from the interviews they watched that the communities