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‘A Tale of Three Races’ by Di Newton
I’m delighted to host this guest blog race report from the lovely Di Newton. Di is 70 years old and only started her …
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62@62
The Lake District mountains and lakes are a very special place. I feel at home here and probably the most peaceful and content …
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Discovering an anniversary in the hills
Starting a steady climb up the fell and feeling the first tweaking complaints from my hamstring, I found myself pondering the intransigence of …
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A run in the sun
Everyone’s world has changed in some way since March this year, some have fared better than others but few have escaped unscathed in …
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After Covid-19 – What can we do to protect the NHS to save lives of future generations?
We’ve all been following government and health official advice and stayed at home, self-isolating and washing our hands religiously to protect ourselves so …
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Pondering resolutions ………
As the old year draws to a close, a new one dawns and with it the allure of a clean sheet upon which …
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The JOGLE!
Wow! The Running Granny team actually did it. Supported by an amazing crew I ran, walked and hobbled my way on foot from …
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Day 19
A Fantastic End To An Unbelievable 19 Days – What An Achievement Okay – the figures first. The last day saw 30.83 miles …
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Angela has done it!
Stop the clock! Angela has done it! 18 days, 10 hours, 3 minutes. Desarrolle los resultados de su entrenamiento con suplementos de culturismo …
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Day 18
Despite Atrocious Weather, Angela Defeated Bodmin And Is On Target For LE Today Yes, against torrential showers and headwinds, so strong they stopped …
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Day 17
Things Just Get Tougher But Now In Cornwall Angela had a long day in a lot of pain with the toe still infected, …
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100 Miles to go!
It’s the last push – Angela is exhausted, the crew are exhausted. When you look at the map of how far she has …
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Day 16
Devon Is Proving A tough Challenge But Angela Has It Beaten It was a gruelling day for Angela with hilly terrain and small …
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Day 15
Another Day Of Rain But Superwoman Keeps Going Tuesday was rain off and on all day, heavy in the morning. There were a …
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Day 14 Update
Wet Wet Wet – And That’s Just The Support Crew! Despite pretty appalling conditions Angela covered another 48 miles with 2400 feet of …
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Day 14
Finished tonight at 23:26. Ere. that there therunninggranny are in Zummerzet! It be gert lush! Tomorrow we start on the Strawberry line at …
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Day 13
A Damp And Challenging Day Finishing In Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Another 48 miles with 2800 feet of ascent covered yesterday which took Angela over …
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Day 12
A Good Day In Shropshire But Not Sure About The Cooking As Now Minus A Tooth (Well Crown) Firstly, the official stats for …
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Day 11
Should It Be The Running Mummy Rather Than Granny? Have you seen that photo (below), more bandages on her feet than Tutankhamun. Perhaps …
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Day 10
Angela Is Maintaining The Miles Despite Iffy Feet Another 48.7 miles covered yesterday with 1750 feet of Ascent. A more urban landscape than …
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Day 9
A Great Day Running Through Kendal – The Voom Leg It was good to see Angela running on home turf and she looked …
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Day 8 Update
Approaching Kendal Yesterday was a tougher day than you would guess from all those posted pictures. Legs and feet were painful and the …
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Day 8
A Wrong Turn But An Amazing Run To Shap What happened? After a great run leaving Scotland behind, you avid tracker followers will …
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Day 7
Great Mileage Covered And Hellooo England Another 52 miles covered yesterday with 1500 feet of ascent but over 2000 decent taking Angela to …
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Day 6
A Good Run Out Yesterday But Is It Time For A Spa Or Is Romance In The Air? Yep – another great day …
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Day 5
Overnight Near Bannockburn – This Was A Victory For England And Boy, What A Tart Angela covered 34 miles yesterday with an ascent …
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Day 4
Another Great Days Running But The Legs Hurt! I have no official word from the Support Team yet, I guess they are too …
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Day 3
Queen Of The Cairngorms But A Chilly Overnight Stop A full day running the Cairngorms saw Angela stop overnight at 23:00 just south …
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Day 2
Another Cinderella Moment! For the second day running, Angela kept going until Midnight. Amid concerns that Joe might turn into a pumpkin at …
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Day 2
Angela has reached Inverness! That’s 120 miles in two days! 😳 Anabolicscom revisa los mejores suplementos de entrenamiento para culturismo masteron apilado el …
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Day 1
FIRST OF THE DAILY UPDATE’S FROM Froggie Wynn A Good Day For Shopping Yes – even though Angela has over 800 miles to …
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Brief Reflections
On my morning runs these last few weeks I’ve been thinking about how I’ve come to the point where I will be heading …
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What people say about Angela.
Emily. Friend. “I had never met Angela – or indeed heard of her – until she heard about a much smaller challenge of …
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Phantom Pain
As the sun goes down towards the end of my training run, I find myself pondering the series of weird sensations I have …
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Why I’m so concerned about our health?
Our physical health and our mental health are the most important assets that we have. A problem arising in either of them can …
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Small Steps
Hello and welcome to The Running Granny’s small steps. I’m Angela and, as you may already know, I’m training to attempt a big …
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A river cuts through rock, not because of its power but because of its persistence