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4 Days To Go!

Writing that down and saying it out loud still doesn’t make it feel like it’s real. I truly can’t believe that I will be running the London Marathon on Sunday. I have always joked with my friends about doing this, but never did I imagine it would actually happen – especially bearing in mind the

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20 Days To Go…

I have just received my official bib number and my goodness, everything suddenly feels so real. Yesterday, I completed my last long practice run and managed 18 miles. They suggest hitting maximum 20, and for a non-runner I am pretty pleased with what I have managed to achieve. Over the next couple of weeks I’ll

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Megan’s Final Few Weeks

4 weeks go to! Just four weeks, I can’t believe how quickly the big day has come around. I’m not sure I entirely feel ready yet, but I suppose I have a couple more practice runs left in me. The runs are getting tougher and tougher, and committing to a 15 mile run on a

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Megan’s Back…and smashing it!!!

Hey! Firstly, I’d like to apologise for my absence over the past few weeks. Life got pretty busy, but I also hit a very large hurdle in my training. Nothing would prepare me however for the impact this had on me mentally. It was like I forgot in that instance all of the progress I

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In The Pain Zone (Week 5)

It seems I have entered the injury zone. This is a period of time that I knew would come, I just didn’t know when. It was all going so well until I finished a 7.19 mile run on Sunday. Granted, this is the furthest distance I have reached, but it’s really taken its toll on

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Megan Gets Her First Medal (Week 4)

What a week of progress it’s been.  On Sunday, I completed in my first ever official running event.  Albeit it was just a 5K, but experiencing the atmosphere of a race day for the first time has got me feeling a mixture of emotions.  On the plus side, I managed to break my personal best

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Run, Megan, Run (Week 3)

Week three and another milestone hit. On Sunday I managed to run for 5 miles, and dare I say it I actually felt okay afterwards. I don’t want to tempt fate, but I think I have finally had a breakthrough. I felt as though I was struggling to get closer to that hour mark, but

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