This week's newsletter has interesting articles, a date change for the Dunedin Women's Duathlon, and late addition of Park in the Dark Night Run in Whangarei tomorrow night.
From autistic teen to cross country champion
Autistic teenager Nathan Carter has defied expectations to become a cross country champion. Find out more in this article at Newshub.
Your guide to hill training
Hill training can give runners an amazing boost to their running, especially when you are hard pressed for time. RealBuzz has some sample sessions to work into your running schedule here
Fuel for the long run: carrot banana muffins
These gluten-free muffins have simple ingredients, and provide loads of nutrition during a run - plus they look delicious. Check out the recipe at Trail Runner Magazine.
Ultramarathon training: a guide to everything
So you want to run the Alpine Challenge (above) or a similar race but need to know more about how to run an ultra? Then this guide by Bryon Powell at iRunFar has everything you need to know.
To find out what's been recently updated, check the recent updates page regularly. I include in this newsletter a list of the more important updates (see below) such as date changes, cancellations, or late additions to the calendar. And check out the full calendar of upcoming events.
- Dunedin Women's Duathlon has changed from 14 to 7 October
- Park in the Dark Night Run in Whangarei tomorrow night
Have a great running week!