Tag Archives: Running

Trail-Race in Diabetes’ Face!

Over the weekend I was in Transylvania, the home of Dracula, contrasting weather conditions, warm-welcoming people, beautiful women and most importantly the type 1 diabetes association called ASCOTID! Ascotid were hosting a conference in marking their 10th anniversary of being … Continue reading

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Euro Tour preview

This week I will embark upon quite a packed schedule with many travels and not so much rest. I look forward to every moment of it! The goal of this upcoming DiAthlete European Tour is to directly reach a number … Continue reading

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Adrenaline vs Humidity

Our duty in living with type 1 diabetes is to do the best we can to manage our own blood glucose levels; not such an easy challenge when our bodies fail to produce a key hormone called insulin. Everybody has a … Continue reading

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Challenges, Changes and Unity

I have very recently returned home to London from Ghana, where I decided to venture to after a WhatsApp catch up with my friend Fred Appiah-Twum (pictured with me in Lethal Weapon style), who was an IDF Young Leader in Diabetes … Continue reading

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Active Education

Today I endured a long distance training run, which stretched over 15 miles on a fairly hilly route into the nearby, more country, areas. It was an old route I always used to take on when preparing myself in the … Continue reading

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The Line

These are just words on a page. The true meaning of these words I wish to share come when you feel the real emotion of being unable to hold back a tear from rolling down your cheek. Not a tear … Continue reading

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Romanian Run

Romania is a country quite far from home for me, somewhere I’d never been to before. If you’ve followed my adventures for a little while now, you’ll probably recognise that I get a buzz from that! Whilst it is not … Continue reading

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The Island

The name ‘DiAthlete’ hadn’t even came about the last time I was on the Isle, I was a recently turned 19 year old that had some unfinished business with the island in 2010, having attempted to run around the heavily … Continue reading

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Running Fitness Magazine

Featured in April’s edition of Running Fitness Magazine as their ‘Inspiring Runner’. You can check out the article on pages 20 & 21, aiming to also raise awareness of type 1 diabetes too! The issue also features the likes of … Continue reading

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DiAthlete Running Notes

“Having type 1 diabetes certainly makes running exciting!” I had a training run this afternoon and went at it with a good pace, shorter distance. Good to be back running, although no upcoming races and, as yet, no confirmed major … Continue reading

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