THE BOSTON MARATHON: GOING SUB 2.55

Time and traction are two incredibly valuable things. Accepting and understanding that these interlace together can itself take some patience, with circumstances and willing aligning. In 2016 I finally boxed off a goal that I deemed impossible for a long time.  I crossed the finish line of the Berlin Marathon with a pair of eyes too scared to look down at the clock face on my … Continue reading THE BOSTON MARATHON: GOING SUB 2.55

SIERRA LEONE MARATHON

Fundraising link    ‘One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.’ Malala Yousafzai As I ran down the homestretch and onward to the finish line, I held on to the hands of a group of local boys and found myself simultaneously choking back tears. Emotions rose for all that I’d witnessed that morning, and the prevalence of all that we had learnt in the week … Continue reading SIERRA LEONE MARATHON