It felt gooooood. I managed my longest run yet yesterday evening: 3.6 miles in 36 minutes. I got back early from work, and it was the first time it felt light and warm enough to make a run inviting. I headed up to the disused railway line, and got into the centre of town, before turning round. All in, I stopped only for a few moments at the point I turned round, which is far better than any other run this year. The last half mile felt particularly good, as I knew that I could make easily make it back, and I even picked up the pace a little.This was more than 5km; if I can do it 4 times over, that's a half marathon. Makes it feel more of a possibility ...

AuthorJonathan Clark