@canoncu61 se convierte en el piloto más joven en ganar una carrera oficial del mundial de motociclismo con tan solo 15 años y 115 días 😲. Enhorabuena 👏👏👏 Un gran futuro por delante @motogp#Moto3#Race#Rider
Aggiornamenti sulle condizioni di Sophia Floersch: È cosciente, ma riporta una frattura spinale. 🇬🇧 Official statement regarding @sophiafloersch’s accident at Macau. She is conscious, but she has a spinal fracture.
Rolls Royce & Red Telephone Cabine...... enjoying UK and the small towns in Costwolds with @anaengelhorn
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Yesterday I ran the Wendover 50 miler which consisted of 5 x 10 mile laps with 10,000 ft climb around Wendover Woods. This was my first step back into the ultra world for a while and even though I’ve run a few 100 milers I knew this would be a big challenge mentally and physically with an elevation on par with some of the 100s I had run over half the distance. After a race briefing the race started at 8am. After running the first lap in 1 hour 45 mins I realised I had under estimated how hard the challenge would be. I loved how Elson named some of the climbs such as the “the snake” and “gnarking about”, which was humorous on the first lap... but believe me after that they weren’t funny at all. I think the worst bit for me was lap 3 (20-30 miles) but managed to pull through. Heading out onto lap 4 I knew I just had to get this done- ultras definitely provide a huge physical challenge but more of a mental battle with many highs and lows- having conversations in your head saying can I do this? And battling away. Lap 5 - final lap - half of the lap was in the dark and even with a head torch it was quite technical nearly going over hitting tree roots. I managed to finish in 9 hours 49 mins in 20th place out of 250 + starters. I do love racing and ultras - it really gives me the chance to get out of my London work bubble, challenge myself mentally and physically and meet some great people - through doing this it improves all other aspects of my life. Full respect to @centurionrunning and @jameselsonator for organising a great race- it all ran smoothly with great aid stations, course markings, medals and making sure everyone was safe. You can see why the races sell out and are becoming very popular! Thanks to my wife @samalalala who got up at 4.30am to drive Chris and I. Sitting here today I’m very proud of my achievement and thinking about what’s next. The videos I’ve added give you taste in what the race entailed.