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Name: James Ellis
Date registered: January 16, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Follow us here today on the Cotswold 100 ultra — June 22, 2012
  2. Three words, ten letters, one meaning — April 18, 2011
  3. Infamy, infamy… — April 16, 2011
  4. This is how it’s done — February 6, 2011
  5. I ain’t feeling too confident — January 29, 2011

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Jun 22

Follow us here today on the Cotswold 100 ultra

Click here to see where we are from noon onwards and check you are on today’s dateĀ 

Apr 18

Three words, ten letters, one meaning

Me running backwards

Okay, so I find myself in the inenviable position of paraphrasing a Take That lyric here, but bear with me. A week ago, I’d struggled badly over the last six miles of the Brighton Marathon and had no idea whether I could go on to run another 70 odd miles in a week and then …

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Apr 16

Infamy, infamy…

…they’ve all go it infamy Jamie, Darren and the Holmes clan try their best to talk over the presenters on BBC London this morning – and then good old Holly sums it up in one line at the end! JH&DSontheradio

Feb 06

This is how it’s done

From the BBC A Belgian runner has set a new world record by completing 365 marathon races in a year. Stefaan Engels, dubbed “Marathon Man”, began his challenge in Belgium a year ago and has since run a marathon every day across seven countries. He crossed the finish line in the Spanish city of Barcelona …

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Jan 29

I ain’t feeling too confident

So after Friday’s long run, I got up this morning and found I can bear no weight on my right leg as it’s so tight around the calf area… Everything else feels fine and at the end of the 19miles, I felt I had more in the tank so this feels like a bit of …

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Jan 28

Flippin heck, that hurt…

So David and I decided to put some hefty miles on the clock this morning, meeting at Streatham Common station at around 7.30am and making our way past Tooting and Wandsworth Commons to the embankment at Battersea. From here we took the Thames path to the City where David went on to work, while I …

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