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Mar 1, 2021

Today’s world run blog posts take me through Malibu and Los Angeles. There are a couple of videos included too. It was one of my favourite times on the world run, with so much happening and things to see. I …Continue reading

Feb 26, 2021

I knocked over a 4:13 km this morning. Nothing spectacular about that, though it was relatively easy. However, having just turned 60 a couple of days ago, it makes it my fastest ever kilometre since turning 60. Only a temporary …Continue reading

Feb 22, 2021

Sorry for the long gap between posts. I’ve been pretty busy. Consequently, there are five blog posts today, from my time running down the Californian coast. This was one of my favourite stretches of the whole world run. By the …Continue reading

Feb 16, 2021

For the first time since early last October, I ran a small faster section – 1 km in 4:31. It’s slow by many people’s standards (certainly by my younger standards), but a lot faster than my recent running. The good …Continue reading

Feb 13, 2021

Nine years ago yesterday marked the beginning of my North American leg, starting from San Francisco. Below is a video from that day, along with the daily blogs.   Feb 12, 2012   Distance today = 28.56 km; Total distance = 1922.96 …Continue reading

Feb 9, 2021

I received my MRI report yesterday. I have a bone marrow oedema, which means I have excess fluid buildup in one of the metatarsals (foot bones). It has most likely ensued from a stress fracture incurred as a result of …Continue reading

Feb 6, 2021

I actually receive the results and report from my MRI on Monday. I’ll finally know what the problem is – I hope. Anyhow, today’s world run blog posts take us from Feb 3-6. These include my time running through the …Continue reading

Feb 2, 2021

Today’s reposts from the world run entail three days of past blogs; Jan 31 – Feb 2. The video below was taken on this very days nine years ago, at the top of the Kaimai Pass in NZ. I was …Continue reading

Jan 30, 2021

I mentioned on Thursday that I reached 6,000 days of running without a day off. For the record, I totalled 102,598 km during that 6,000 days, averaging 17.1 km per day. Admittedly, that average was boosted by the run around …Continue reading

Jan 28, 2021

Today marks a milestone – it’s the 6,000th day in a row that I’ve run without a day off. That’s almost sixteen and a half years. Will I make it to 7,000? I guess it depends on the results of …Continue reading