London Winter Run 2018 Medal

London Winter Run 2018 Medal

My first race of 2018 is done! And what an excellent one it was to start 2018 with. The Cancer Research London Winter Run is one I run every year – here is my race recap of the 2017 version. That was the day I hugged polar bears, ate a lot of Lindt, and went home crying because I got into a fight with a man who decided my legs were perfect to ram his pushchair against. I didn’t cry when telling him off but after – I was riding so high that day and he caused it all to crash down.

Well that took a down turn pretty quickly didn’t it? This year’s race thankfully didn’t end with tears of anger and frustration. It also didn’t end with tears of joy but a massive grin of happiness.

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run-london_48In the running calendar Winter is usually the season when people take a break from the races and concentrate on recovering and building muscles and speed. However, over the past few years The London Winter Run has made the cold snaps a little more interesting – to put in mildly! Excitingly I will be running this 10k, the second time I have done so, with a whole host of wonderful friends and bloggers. And it would be amazing if you could join us too.

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photo 2 (11)Yesterday Doctor Sister and I went on a run across London Town – from Buckingham Palace to Tower Hill, past the Shard and St Paul’s Cathedral – all to raise money for Cancer Research. It was the first ever London Winter Run and like its name says it was freezing cold. That didn’t stop us from conquering the 10k or thoroughly enjoy or celebratory hug with a polar bear.

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