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mark2412 M50

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Race Times
All Races
Mileage
Training

  • Races
    18

  • Miles
    2467

  • Miles
    9960

  • WAVA
    58.28%

  • 5k
    24:31

  • 10k
    51:14

  • Half
    2:03:25

  • 20k
    51:15

I am fundraising for The Alfie Milne Lymphangiomatosis Trust.

Alfie is 1 of possibly only 10 patients in the whole of the uk with this disease. Alfie Trust is working with others worldwide with this condition & are now helping fund research at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. Born in 2007, he has had this from birth & his fight is inspiring.

More info can be found at www.alfiemilne.org.uk

About Me

My running history consists of me going to support my wife & friends at various running events & I would be the "bag holder".

My youngest son Alfie was born with a rare disease & we started a charity to raise awareness & funds for this disease. (Lymphangiomatosis).

Run events were an obvious choice & seeing other "non-runners" take up the challenge also watching Alfie going through so much pain trying to walk, I entered a running event.
My first run was Run Balmoral 10k in 2012. I trained & did it in approx 1 hour 7 minutes (my tag did not register)

My 2nd run was Run Balmoral 5k in 2013 where bad weather & lack of time meant no training was done. I made it but it was a harsh lesson.
The start of 2014 I began to train for that years Run Balmoral 5k. I lost some weight & did the 5k in 32 (ish) minutes. I then found parkruns & started doing 5k every Saturday but soon realised running my heart out once a week was not good for me. I was directed to Hazlehead Jogscotland & have never looked back. I did 4x 5k race in JS 1 Big Weekend & then on to 10k races in Peterhead at the tailend of last year.
2015 sees me entering Run Balmoral Duathlon & a big cycle in August with Ride the North.

I hope the JS Hazlehead & Parkruns will keep me moving forward as much as last year.

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