Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Johnny’s First Sub 3 Hour Marathon

Ah, sure fr*g it. U only go sub 3 hours for 26.2 miles for the first time once in your life, and it took me until I was 49 & 3/4. 2:59:08, has a bit of a ring to...

The Part-Time Running Years (Part 1)

Following on from Steven's previous article...https://tinyurl.com/steve-smyth For the next three years or so, following the Newry half 2012, I guess I was best described as a part-time runner. Entering the odd race and training off and on. I had only just...

It’s All About Balance ⚖ (Part 1)

I began running nearly 6 years ago, when I had only myself to think about, I could run🏃‍♀️ when I wanted, where I wanted and for how long i wanted⏳  looking back I only wish I had took full...

Home Schooling for Runners

By Sonya Summersgill So unfortunately my workshop was cancelled, for very good reasons, but one of the more interesting points I was going to cover was how to interpret your running photographs. I don’t pretend to be an expert running...

Meet the contributors… Rebecca McNamara

Rebecca McNamara is a chartered physiotherapist at Pure Physio Clinic and has come board as one of our contributors in NiRunning. I have known Rebecca for a number of years through Scrabo Striders. With a 3 month baby at home...

Fantastic Marathon Performance in Amsterdam

Chris Hutchinson of VICTORIA PARK AND CONNSWATER AC, East Belfast, this weekend competed in the TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2019 in an impressive time of 2:33:09, finishing in 78th position, and also registering as the first Northern Irish athlete across...

Runner Profile:  David Seaton

  Our latest ‘Runner Profile’ is a man everyone will recognise, regardless of the length of time they have been running.  Athletics NI Chairman David Seaton can be found at pretty much every event – if he’s not ‘directing’ proceedings,...

Runner Profile: Zak Hanna

Our latest 'Runner Profile' is a young man who has burst onto the running scene and made a huge impression throughout 2016.  Newcastle AC's Zak Hanna has achieved in one year what many of us would aim to achieve...

Meet The Physio – Sinead Boyle

By Karla Borland, from her blog www.whatkarladid.com Sinead is a physiotherapist based in Ireland. We started rowing together at Bann Rowing Club around 16 years ago (this make me feel very old when I counted the years!). We travelled around...

Meet The Runner – Susan McCartney

By Karla Borland, from her blog www.whatkarladid.com Susan and I will compete together at the Anglo Celtic Plate 100k in September, assuming it goes ahead. As you'll read she works and trains incredibly hard. This interview really inspired me! I am...
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