Chester marathon won the best running event under 5,000 participants at The Running Awards for 2018; and since its inception 9 years ago, it has also been a constant in the Runner’s World top 10 UK marathons – and it’s not hard...Read More
Author: Cam and Jacquie
Ok, so there’s a bit of a theme going on here. June, Comrades Down run (5,000+ ft of drop), August Tunnel Vision Marathon (2,000ft drop), and now September, Big Cottonwood Canyon (5,200ft drop). As you might guess we are both...Read More
This journey started with some air miles given to us by Virgin Atlantic for volunteering to take a...Read More
A few weeks ago we were officially awarded a Guinness World Record for the most marathons run together by a parent and child. When we first ran a marathon together in 2013 the thought of setting a GWR couldn’t have been further...Read More
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We are Jacquie Millett and Camilla Langlands – mother and daughter – and over the past five years we have run over 100 marathons together, as well as many other events at different distances, from parkruns to ultramarathons. When we run together, we don’t always run alongside each other, but we’re there close by to share the experience, whether triumph or disaster (fortunately there aren’t too many of them).
We have an amazing time running in the UK and many other parts of the world. We’d like to share some of our experiences, and hope you will find them informative, useful and entertaining.
Our approach to running and training is not strictly conventional, as will probably become apparent, but this is how we run and we hope you enjoy reading about it.
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“Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter”.