Article I wrote for The Irish Runner on club running, cross country, grass-roots sport and legacy: Running For Your Clubs … Counts!
Cross Country is a beautiful sport, too often forgotten about. Here I write about the Irish Cross Country scene, the recent Dublin Championships and a touching piece by Jolyon Attwooll. … More Cross Country: A Unique and Unusual Monster
Bristol is famous for Banksy, Bridges and Balloons. Watch this video to get a flavour of the vibrant, young city. … More City Escapes: Bristol
A proud day for Olive Loughnane as she looks become World Champion. Five Russian Race Walkers were banned today by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency. Among them, Olga Kaniskina who stole the gold from Loughnane at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin. If confirmed, Loughnane will become Ireland’s second race-walk World Champion and the fourth Irish … More Gold for Loughnane, Russians Suspended
In running (athletics), as a rule, we only notice the people who are ahead of us. We spend our lives staring at their backs, trying to cling onto them, becoming all too well acquainted with the swing of their ponytail, the label sticking out of their singlet, or the spark of their spikes as they kick … More Heroes