The general subject of this blog is running. Long distance running. I'm interested by anything longer than a marathon. To start with, you could maybe read this race report of a long distance triathlon . This is not running, it is triathlon, but for me it is pretty much the same, it is a long distance event, period. If reading is not your thing, this video about the backyard ultra is a good introduction too (but in French).
If you like numbers, check my best times or what I've done so far but I warn you, my main motivation to train and race is pleasure, rather than absolute performance. So that blog is here to share my experience with others, I even have a page with pieces of advice to run longer and faster.
I'm age 45 as I'm writing those lines, I'm the happy father of 3 wonderful daughters and I live with my spouse Valerie. I also play some music, I'm a passionnate coder, and more recently I started to help people, in my area.
The great question one can ask oneself when seeing somebody running 100 miles, or more, is "why?". That question fires back: "why not?". Why would we need to stop at 26 miles when we can go further?
I wish you an enjoyable read.