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About Me
I started running in July 2004 to train for my first ever race, the Bristol Half Marathon. Since then I have run for 2 running clubs, I changed clubs with the hope of making some big improvements over the next few years. After trying my hands at virtually every distance from 800m up to half marathon over the course of about 3 years, I've discovered I quite like the shorter stuff.

At the start of 2008, I decided to switch to 800m/1500m and changed my training to target those distances. In my first track season, I managed to get my 800m PB down from 2:16 to 2:09 and 1500m PB from 4:51 to 4:29.

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2 races in 20 minutes = bad idea! Jul 2023
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A really frustrating 800m race Jun 2023
I ran a new 800m (V35) PB and then won a 200m race 30 min later! Jun 2023
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