Morgan’s Two Bays preparation for 2016 – Not how I hoped! This is pretty much the expression on my face for the last couple of weeks.. I decided a long time ago that I would book in for Two Bays. I was really excited after my wonderful experiences inView feature image
June 27, 2015. I started out the race not expecting a lot, as my preparation had been quite average to say the least. The fortnight prior was good, but the 6 weeks before, I had suffered a horrible case of man-flu which dragged out for ages. I started theView feature image
January 11, 2015. This was the day I was to return to Ultramarathon running, after an 18 month hiatus following the iconic Comrades Marathon – Up version in 2013. I had started the race with a simple goal, to just finish and enjoy the journey. I allowed myself theView feature image
The 2014 race day was truly beautiful, however particularly for the slower athletes the heat of the sun was quite intense. The morning wasn’t even cold stripping down to race attire. The start line at Melbourne Marathon year in year out is always well organised, and everything was well run.
I had wanted to compete in the Devilbend half marathon for several years as I saw it as being a good preparation for the Melbourne Marathon. The half marathon distance is great – long enough to really get a lot out of it for the marathon training, but short enoughView feature image