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LONDON MARATHON FOR ASOW

LONDON MARATHON for ASOW
we are very pleased to announce that we have a local athlete running the London marathon to raise money for the Adlerian society of wales.
Martin Nicholas, ex-prop forward for whitland RFC who recently signed up for iron man 2015 has also recently climbed Kilimanjaro, Grand Paradiso and Mont Blanc.
Martin ( A Mechanical Contracts manager) is also the proud coach for Whitland under 11’s, the Husband and father of 2 from Tavernspite is looking forward to the challenge of the marathon, proceeds from which will be supporting the good work carried out by the Adlerian society in Narberth and Cardigan. We wish him the very best for his challenging endeavor,
Go Martin Go !

10 February at 07:25

MARATHON UPDATE!!! – more news from our man in the field (rugby field) This week Martin ran over 12 miles on Sunday after cycling 50 miles Saturday. Next: a 200 meter sprint + burpee squat and press up session. “legs are sore but training is going good”

11 February atĀ 14:01

MARATHON UPDATE!!! – Man-flu has struck!! Time to get on with some fundraising ideas instead. Watch this space.

22 March at 09:39

MARATHON UPDATE!!!

Good morningĀ all, sorry its late, been so busy!

Since last time i wrote this things have been going really well with training – completed a 1/2 marathon which was supposed to be a training run but i got carried away with the event and pushed a bit to hard, but still great experience in the rain and wind of Llanelli! Yesterday i entered the Mumbles Duathlon which i really enjoyed, i didn’t go all out and took my time and just enjoyed it and used it as experience with transition etc! I felt really strong on the bike averaging around 15.5 miles per hour so i was quite happy with that and i have a 2 hour run planned this afternoon.

I’ve been upping the running lately for the marathon next month, which i am doing the 20 miler in llanelli next weekend so will be good experience as the furthest I’ve ran so far is 14.5 miles – which felt a long away around these hills.

So all in all, its going well.