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1 February 2018

I’ve always thought that running was an individual sport but over the last few weeks I’ve learnt that there’s so much more to it. Read more…

5 January 2018

Training in the winter months is always tricky, due to the freezing cold temperatures and the lack of motivation to go out and run in the cold. But thinking back to my hip injury last year forces me out the door. Read more…

4 January 2018

Keeping up my training for the Cambridge Half Marathon over the Christmas period was hard, but I’m glad to say that I managed to stay on track. Read more…

11 December 2017

I’ve always been a good runner, I was lucky that throughout secondary school I could come first in our intra-school cross-country runs without the training. But could I attempt the Cambridge Half Marathon without preparation? Read more…

30 November 2017

My palms are sweaty, my legs are like jelly and my bottom lip is trembling. After I finally manage to regain some composure and spit out the words that I need to, it then dawns on me what I’ve actually done. Read more…

16 August 2017

Hi, my name is James Johnstone and I’m the Head of Department for Sport and Exercise Sciences. There’s so much to get involved with over Welcome Week that it can seem overwhelming, but let me walk you through what’s on offer and the events you really must attend. Read more…

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