Topics covered include teamwork in ultras, Hong Kong’s great urban outdoors, the mental game of a race that has no end, the realities of running while female, running and the power of losing count, reviewing things learned and unlearned on trails in 2018, the dream of running along Hong Kong’s harbourfront, the art of connecting to spaces and places, research on the physics of marathon crowds, the challenges of running against the wind, the emotions of finish lines, a rant-reflection about workouts and work culture, how John Ellis runs through mountains of pain, Hong Kong’s trail queen preparing for a road marathon, describing our relationship with running in six words, the case for paper maps in the age of Strava, the possibility of a sub-2 hour marathon in 2032, the importance of consistency over epic-ness, lessons in prioritising fun, Hong Kong’s disappearing trails, Hong Kong’s inaugural race with no end
The Adventure Trail podcast (co-hosted twice a month by me and Mark Agnew)
Are there too many trail races in Hong Kong? [July 23, 2018]
For the Foragers of Hong Kong, Countryside Is A Veritable Banquet (Cover story)[August 2, 2015]
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