It’s the time of year when I’m looking 12 months ahead, planning my race calendar and training cycles. Race calendar planning’s a fine line between wanting to enter as much as possible and listening to the small voice in the back of my head, telling me not to overdo it. I’ve no idea how others
There is a story attached to the Cousin Jack Classic II, you can read it here. As a Cornish woman (or “maid”), I like how this race is connected to local heritage and storytelling. I only found it by chance by googling “trail races in Cornwall” but given the take up this year, it’s clearly going to grow.
This time last year, or maybe it was nearer Christmas, I spent some time planning all the running races in Cornwall that appealed for the following year. This was quite exciting for me after returning to running after a very long injury. I finally had the confidence to know I could look ahead and think about