Hey! So I thought I’d have plenty of time over the two-weeks + stay in the Middle East to write up this blog. What a myth! I believed the blog would be a positive distraction, a pleasant activity to relieve the boredom. This couldn’t be further from the truth. I wasn’t bored. I didn’t need… Continue reading My World Athletics Championships Experience, Doha 2019
#AskAbs: Following injury, what inspired you to get back to fitness and improve your PB? What advice would you give to athletes recovering from serious injuries or life set backs? Resilience. That's the buzz word, right? I'll answer these questions in 2 separate posts because this will otherwise make for a long read! Unfinished Business… Continue reading #AskAbs – Part 1: What inspired your return to fitness & to improve your Personal Best?
Keep updated on my 2019 indoor competition schedule here. Northern Athletics Championships, EIS Sheffield - Saturday 12th January 2019 England vs Other Nations, Vienna - Saturday 26th January 2019 Spar British Athletics Indoor Championships - Saturday 9th - Sunday 10th February 2019 https://www.britishathletics.org.uk/events-and-tickets/spar-british-athletics-indoor-championships/ Muller Indoor Grand Prix Birmingham - Saturday 16th February 2019 https://www.britishathletics.org.uk/events-and-tickets/muller-indoor-grand-prix-birmingham/ European… Continue reading 2019 Indoor Competition Schedule
I'm keeping myself really busy lately which means I am not following through very well on this commitment to regularly update my blog posts. But I'm back now for as long as time permits and I am creating space and time to share my week with you.... And what an incredible week it has been.… Continue reading Dear Diary, Legend’s Week
Country: Great Britain Discipline: 100m Hurdles, 60m Hurdles Notable Achievements: 2015 British Indoor Champion, European Indoor Bronze Medalist PB: 100mH - 12.87s; 60mH - 7.93 ‘I know it sounds a bit strange, but I don’t really look at the people – all the international stars – who are winning everything. I look more at my… Continue reading Still I Rise – An Interview with Serita Solomon