LA + back (in a weekend!)

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

Well, this is certainly going to be a busy few days for me ahead! Tomorrow morning I am on the red eye out of Edinburgh airport (ash clouds dependant) to LA via Paris. It’s exciting – I am going over to LA to meet up with the Trek/K Swiss team for the official launch of […]

Wattie Ink, Trek and K Swiss news

Friday, April 9th, 2010

First up, and something that is exciting to announce, is that I have started working with Wattie for all things sponsor and marketing – I met Sean at our Trek/K-Swiss team camp back in Feb and it’s been great to to be officially accpeted into the gang. – My good pals Joe and Lesley have already been […]

Trek/K-Swiss team camp

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

New team, new kit, new bikes and jet lag. – It’s all go here in Santa Monica, north of LA, at the K Swiss headquarters. Lots of fun stuff happening, a little bit of training and a tonne of learning and some terrible hair styling all in the name of team building……??

You want the shortest 60 secs in your life?

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

Then how about doing 10 * 800 at 7700ft (or roughly 2300m) altitude?!   Track and Field Videos on Flotrack Topically, it’s my session of note tomorrow afternoon too. I ‘ve done it the past 2 Friday’s and have enjoyed it, in spite of that 60 seconds rest. My weeks have been structured around 3 runs that […]

It’s all about the bike.

Thursday, April 16th, 2009

I’ve been racking up the miles; the Felt(s) and I have become much better friends over the past 10 days, which is no bad thing. The running still isn’t happening – but I am aiming for shuffling along once more by this w/e, providing the physio gives me the go ahead.

Miami International Triathlon 2009

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

Today I raced an olympic distance event in Miami. Non drafting. I finished 8th place in 1.52.16. It was a tough day at the office as they say, but a solid start to the year in the Northern Hemisphere.

Ford Ironman World Championships 2008 – preview

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

Photo by Rich Cruse Kona is all bustling and ready for action; the biggest triathlon of the year is nearly upon us, and there are 1800 Ironman athletes assembled on the volcanic Island to get the race underway on Saturday morning.