Jurassic Coast 100k ultra – by James Gallie

Why did I do this run? I was looking for a 50-plus mile ultra to do this year and really wanted to do the Race to the Stones, having loved the Race to the Tower in 2017, but it clashed with a family holiday so didn’t work. The Jurassic Coast Ultra looked perfect, and here’s [...]


Published by: Kerry Sutton - June 10, 2019

Menopause – we are in this together

The menopause is a phase of life we will all face. For some of us it will be straightforward, for others it will mirror a ride on Thunder Mountain. The timing, severity and duration of symptoms is hugely variable, but most women in the UK have their menopause between the ages of 45 and 55 [...]


Published by: Kerry Sutton - May 29, 2019

Running every day for a year – what’s it like?

Piotr met 2018 head on. He set himself a challenge of running every day for 365 days. I was curious and met up with him to find out more about this incredible feat. KS: Can you give us a feel for what running meant to you and how much running you did prior to embarking [...]


Published by: Kerry Sutton - April 19, 2019

Ciara – Running my first ultra! Post race review.

Ciara Davies ran her first ultra on Race to the King. Read how she got on and her advice for others thinking about taking their first steps into the world of ultras. The final countdown In the final stage of training the weekly long run ramps up to 5, 6, 7 hours that, if you are [...]


Published by: Kerry Sutton - August 9, 2016

Ciara – Training for my first ultra – the ideal vs the reality

Ciara Davies is taking on her first ultra marathon, she will be keeping us up to date with all the highs and lows of training for Race to the King in a series of blog posts. “Chapter 3, in which the penny drops (actually there is an avalanche of pennies shattering my beautiful world of delusion). I [...]


Published by: Kerry Sutton - June 8, 2016

Ciara – Training for Race to the King begins

Ciara Davies is taking on her first ultra marathon, she will be keeping us up to date with all the highs and lows of training for Race to the King in a series of blog posts. So far, my training plan has blended in nicely with those training for Bath and/or London and (glossing over the [...]


Published by: Kerry Sutton - May 3, 2016

Ciara – My first ultra

Ciara Davies is taking on her first ultra marathon, she will be keeping us up to date with all the highs and lows of training in a series of blog posts. “I am a 41 year old tax advisor who lives in Castle Combe in Wiltshire, with my husband Nigel and our three children, Nia, 15, Seren, [...]


Published by: Kerry Sutton - April 4, 2016

50 Shades of Grey Matter

I was featured in a Women’s Running magazine article called 50 Shades Of Grey Matter which explored the power of the mind and how you can utilise it to overcome adversity. You can see the full article below.


Published by: Kerry Sutton - March 26, 2016

Bath Life Magazine

Local running coach and sport lover talks Ultramarathons, achievable goals and Eminem…


Published by: Kerry Sutton - September 30, 2015

No ordinary 15 year old – Interview by Kerry Sutton

Joseph Grosvenor No ordinary 15 year old. Joseph at the tender age of 13 took part in his first Ultra. He was hooked from that day on. I had the privilege of interviewing Joseph for RunUltra a couple of years ago, before he ran his first 100. You can read the full interview here >>> [...]


Published by: Kerry Sutton - May 30, 2015