‘He who dares, wins’: Debbie Martin-Consani talks trailrunning

With recent victories including the 145-mile Grand Union Canal Race, Devil o' the Highlands, Lakeland 100, White Rose 60, Thames Path 100, South Downs Way 100 and North Downs Way 100, Debbie Martin-Consani's track record makes pretty formidable reading. A member of the Great Britain 24 hour team since 2012, she's also an ambassador for Montane, Ultimate Direction, … Continue reading ‘He who dares, wins’: Debbie Martin-Consani talks trailrunning

Run Scotland: Susie Allison, author of the definitive Scottish Trail Running guidebook

Susie Allison knows Scotland's trails better than most: her book, Scottish Trail Running, has become the definitive guidebook and no. 1 starting point for any runner who wants to explore new parts of Scotland. A hill-walker and climber turned trail-runner, this mum of two has run trails in every corner of the country in her quest to … Continue reading Run Scotland: Susie Allison, author of the definitive Scottish Trail Running guidebook

Run Fast; Run Faster: spotlight on James Stewart

James running to victory in the 2016 West Highland Way race. Photo Richie Cunningham

Three years ago at the age of 37, James Stewart resolved to push himself to become "age grade" competitive by the time he was 40. Earlier this year, he won the 95-mile West Highland Way Race outright - the latest in a string of victories that includes the Glen Lyon Ultra (2016) and new course records at the … Continue reading Run Fast; Run Faster: spotlight on James Stewart