30. 05. 2017
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The Guardian, May 2017 “Why I kept every pair of my daughter’s shoes”

Why this mother decided to keep every pair of her daughter’s shoes from babyhood to adulthood.¬†https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/may/27/why-i-kept-every-single-pair-of-my-daughters-shoes  

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07. 12. 2014
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Malta Marathon Challenge

Malta Marathon Challenge

If you fancy a marathon but not ready to run it in one go, this event spreads over three days is the perfect option. Make no mistake, it’s still a challenge but with...

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25. 10. 2014
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Istanbul 360

Istanbul 360

From small street stalls selling freshly squeezed pomegrante juice and simit, small pastries covered in sesame seeds, all for less than 3 Turkish lire to chic rooftop restaurants, this city has something for...

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11. 04. 2013
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Maranoia

Maranoia

Maranoia – Definition: mental anxiety found in marathon runners who become convinced they are injured or ill. Sometimes associated with an unwillingness to leave the house for fear of tripping up, having a...

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03. 04. 2013
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Taper Twist

Taper Twist

  Depending on which book, magazine article or study that you read, everyone has a different approach to tapering. Me? I’m of the view that how you taper is very much down to...

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28. 03. 2013
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Myofascia: Unlocking the key to injuries?

Myofascia: Unlocking the key to injuries?

When it comes to training for marathons, unless you are an elite athlete who has either been training since you were a teen, or have experts to hand, most of us will have...

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21. 02. 2013
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Injury on the run

Injury on the run

Six weeks until the Marathon de Paris, and my training could not be going any worse. I thought that after the Mumbai maratho,  my legs had recovered. But on arriving back in the...

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14. 02. 2013
Paris in Springtime

Paris in Springtime

Three and a half weeks ago, I ran the Mumbai Marathon and it’s time now to start concentrating on my training again. Next up? The Marathon de Paris (an appropriate post on Valentine’s...

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27. 01. 2013
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Mumbai Marathon

Mumbai Marathon

Running is the last thing that many would associate with India. And yet this year, the Standard Charter Mumbai marathon celebrated its tenth anniversary, attracting over 40,000 runners across four distances, a tenth...

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13. 01. 2013
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Supercharge your running: Altitude training

Supercharge your running: Altitude training

  Want to improve your personal best at running, cycling or triathlon? Add some altitude training. ‘With less oxygen at altitude, you body has to adapt to work with less,’ explains Richard Pullan,...

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