Training Alone – Perks vs Problems

Perks are numerous. And it was initially really difficult for me to think about the negatives. But I wanted to give a balanced and honest assessment of my training regime, because Maris asked. And maybe others are wondering the same. Control For a start, I like to curate my own training program (from Dan Pfaff's... Continue Reading →

Long Jump Winter Training for 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

I can't believe my last post was a summary of my World Champs experience in Doha! Doha was my first ever global Champs. And this year is my 2nd winter of full training without the misfortune of a summer dogged with injury and inconsistency. So how does an athlete prepare for one of the biggest... Continue Reading →

The Gambia – Travel Diaries 2019

Day 1 - Welcome to The Gambia Passengers arriving on the 6 hour flight from London Gatwick to Banjul Airport were greeted at the airport with songs, dance and drums. What a welcome! Thank you, The Gambian Experience for the warm welcome. And to top it all off, at the end of the day, as... Continue Reading →

Unstuck. Moving Forward.

It's been a while. I had nothing to say before, but now I think I do. Back in a Team GB & NI vest for the third time this year, I can't believe the complete u-turn my athletics career has taken over the past 12 months. For an update, check out past posts. But I'm... Continue Reading →

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