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Our core team and run leaders are passionate about running and events and want to impart that love to every member of Stonehenge Striders.  



Coach in Running Fitness * Run Leader

Core Team * First Aider

I started running in 2015 at Andover Parkrun, for no other reason than it was a sport I wasn't too shabby at!  Six years on and starting a running club seemed a great idea!!  I'm not ashamed to say that I am a bit of a medal hunter and like to enter as many events as my bank balance and old lady legs will allow.  My favourite distance I would have to say is 10 miles; short enough to be able to be speedy (ish) but long enough to be a challenge. Biggest achievement to date would have to be Race To The Stones 100k non stop in july 2021


Coach in Running Fitness * Run Leader *

Core Team * First Aider

Like many people I stumbled into running almost by accident, you start off with a bit of gentle jogging then someone mentions ParkRun and before you know it you are running marathons and asking yourself ........ how did that happen????

I'm very much a trail runner, always happiest running around the countryside, preferably exploring a new route and discovering new terrain, if it involves climbing up to the top of a big hill even better. Why do I run? The freedom it gives me, the lack of rules and rigid preconceptions. It can be a lung bursting training session or a gentle bimble around the park but it is always an escape from the mundane day to day routine and pressures of life.



Run Leader 

I have enjoyed running from an early age (early teens) and still enjoy it today, although my limbs say otherwise. I prefer 10k distances and have only completed a single marathon. I am often seen pounding the tarmac around Amesbury. I have a slight competitive streak in me, which turns up now and again. I believe it's not all about finishing first, it more important to finish together and most of all enjoy the occasion.

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Run Leader 

I thought I would give running a go back in 2018 so went to the Andover Parkrun to try it out.  I quickly realised that running was a hobby that I really enjoyed and could get into very easily. so I began running every day to try and get fit.  Since then I have run in lots of different countries, have run a few marathons and enjoy a regular 10K to Stonehenge and back.  I'm also a very keen Strava Segment hunter!

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Run Leader 

I started running properly in 2013 when I joined my first club in Hampshire and have completed many 5Ks, 10kx, 10 mile races and half marathons ... some competitively and some just for fun! My biggest achievement to date was completing the Brighton Marathon in April 2016 in 4 hours 36, I hated the intense training but loved the actual day even though I was injured at mile 15, the last 16 miles were not fun!! I love running for a mixture of reasons; to keep fit, for mental health benefits and i really enjoy the social aspects of running in a group.

My biggest wish is to one day take part in the London Marathon, this is something I have always watched on TV and I would love to be able to experience this for myself.

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