Monthly Archives: August 2015

65k yesterday – 465 in last 10 days

If running is what I am supposed to be doing then that is what I am certainly doing… Yesterday I managed to cover 65km from Tumbes to a small town on the Peruvian coast. That brings my latest continual stretch of running to 10 days covering 465km. Every time I get tired and think about […]

Time to say goodbye to Ecuador and hello to Peru

Today marks the end of the Ecuadorian stage of my expedition. I have to admit I was a little skeptical about how my time here was going to be because last time I was here I had a bag stolen. Well one thing this great country has taught me is not to judge the present […]

MARATHON TALK INTERVIEW

Please click on the image above or here to listen to my interview on Marathon Talk. Really excited to be on this podcast because it is one I listen to every week…. check out the website for more info – http://www.marathontalk.com

AUDIO BLOG – 3 days and an over 3800m descent

To change things up a bit here is an audio blog that covers the three days from 3800m down to near sea level… (may take a couple of minutes to load!)

VIDEO – The Andes – Looks a lot like Scotland

Camping in The Andes

Today I woke up in Riobamba and was starting my first day since I had received my new running shoes etc. There was nothing holding my back and a nice long 1800km to Lima ahead. Obviously there are always obstacles and today was no exception. I had to make a choice and to do that […]

Running to Riobamba

Last time I blogged I had made the decision to leave Quito ad return when my parcel had arrived. Well five days later I am now back in Quito and have collected my package from the post office and have 2 shiny pairs of Adidas running shoes (check out my lovely Ultra Boost running shoes), […]

The show must go on!

So today I popped down to the post office to try and find out what the hell was happening with my parcel as I am getting frustrated sitting in Quito wasting precious days! The news was not positive… My package will be ready for collection, not delivery to my hostel, on Monday, 24 August. The […]

Logistics keeps me static in Quito!!!

When I started the South American stage of my expedition I set myself a very ambitious personal target of getting to Buenos Aires by New Year’s Eve. To be able to achieve this I would need to run an average of 42km every day without a break. The few people who knew the target said […]

THe “JAMIEISRUNNING” July Newsletter – It’s a must read!! :)

This month’s newsletter covers the period from 1 July to 6 August in which I cross from Panama to Colombia and then run across the whole country. It also has some pretty shocking statistics on suicide in the UK and a link to a CALM article plus the usual beard update, thank you messages and photos. As […]