Ultrarunning - When it all goes ‘a bit Pete Tong’

We know the saying: ‘fail to plan and plan to fail’ and this is particularly true for the ultra-runner and adventure racer. Somewhat ironically, you also need to plan for when things do not go to plan. Here are a few a few tips.

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The Peruvian Desert - Amy Dyduch - Dogtag Blogger

Whizzing through the Peruvian desert in a sand buggy isn’t your average Wednesday. And being pushed down a massive dune clinging onto a sandboard for dear life is pretty out of the ordinary too.

Welcome to Huacachina, a tiny village that circles a desert oasis, in the south of Peru.  

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How to Get Started and Keep On Running

If you’re thinking of building up your distances before you start to tackle worldwide events and marathons, you’re in the right place. We’ve got some great tips to help you adopt the right habits and suggestions of tools that can help you become a better runner.

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Races You Really Need To Run

Part of the joy of running is deciding which challenge to set yourself next. The normal way to progress is to start ticking off UK-based distance races and then look a little further for your next dream challenge. Here we look at some of the magnificent races around the globe that can provide the ultimate high for distance runners. We’ve started off with the heavyweight UK races, then looked at European races and then global races. This article’s a little longer than usual. But you endurance types will love that. Sorry, puns. Moving on…

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A Dram of Islay - Dave Somerset - Dogtag Blogger

The tone of the trip was a little different to the one in the summer where I tested Agnes out on a long drive to the Alps. It was there we hit a great balance between family fun and gnarr.

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