Events

Focusing on the Future, Not on Failure - A Review of My World Record LEJOG Attempt

Focusing on the Future, Not on Failure - A Review of My World Record LEJOG Attempt

What went wrong (and right) in my attempt to run more than 800 miles in 9 days?

How am I using my failure to look at the future in a positive way?

Plus, what’s next in my ultra-running diary?

7 Steps to Manage Pre-Race Nerves and Improve Your Performance

7 Steps to Manage Pre-Race Nerves and Improve Your Performance

Have pre-race nerves impacted your race performance?

Or have you pulled out of a race because you felt so anxious?

Then read these 7 tips to help you recognise, manage and use nerves to improve your performance.

The Monthly Mileage: March 2019 - 4 Tips on How to Prepare for Races, Including Video and a FREE Race Checklist!

The Monthly Mileage: March 2019 - 4 Tips on How to Prepare for Races, Including Video and a FREE Race Checklist!

Learn 4 tips for preparing for races - including videos of my nightly routine before major runs.

Plus you can grab your FREE pre-race checklist!

I’ve used these on the way to winning 100 mile and 100km races. And as part of my training in March, where I ran 1,066km (262 miles).

Wendover Woods 50 Mile Race Review - 2nd Place and a 140 Mile Week!

Wendover Woods 50 Mile Race Review - 2nd Place and a 140 Mile Week!

Read about my 2nd place finish at the Wendover Woods 50 mile race, including

  • What food I used

  • What kit do I recommend

Plus, claim your FREE checklist which will help you plan for your own races

1st Place at the Autumn 100 Mile Race - My Preparation, Race Review and A Free Checklist!

1st Place at the Autumn 100 Mile Race - My Preparation, Race Review and A Free Checklist!

Read about my 1st place finish at the Autumn 100 mile race.

Including how I prepared for the event, my story of the race itself and my top tips for running your own ultra. Plus, you can grab a FREE race checklist!

Grand Raid des Pyrénées Ultra Race Review - 164km Long, 10,300 Metres of Climbing

Grand Raid des Pyrénées Ultra Race Review - 164km Long, 10,300 Metres of Climbing

The Grand Raid des Pyrénées Ultra is one of the toughest races in the world - 164km long with 10,300 metres of elevation - that’s 2,000 metres more than Everest!

Patrick Kingston completed the Grand Raid des Pyrénées Ultra in 2018 - Read his review, including some tips for preparing for your own ultra.