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My Marathon Motivation

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I often liken myself to an Eddie the Eagle of the running world; an endearing amateur who inspires others to give it a go. I admire local runners with their sleek athletic technique, like graceful yachts skidding effortlessly across the Channel. My style resembles an oil tanker that displays a slow but steady pace albeit […]

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I often liken myself to an Eddie the Eagle of the running world; an endearing amateur who inspires others to give it a go. I admire local runners with their sleek athletic technique, like graceful yachts skidding effortlessly across the Channel. My style resembles an oil tanker that displays a slow but steady pace albeit […]

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The Exodus to Equity

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By sheer coincidence this blog is being published during the Jewish Passover celebrations. It is a spring festival which commemorates the legend of the Exodus where Moses led the Israelites from enslavement in Egypt. The metaphor of escape to the Promised Land is a well-worn one and in this case relates to the likely capital […]

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By sheer coincidence this blog is being published during the Jewish Passover celebrations. It is a spring festival which commemorates the legend of the Exodus where Moses led the Israelites from enslavement in Egypt. The metaphor of escape to the Promised Land is a well-worn one and in this case relates to the likely capital […]

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The Mad Tea Party

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As a teenager at Rugby School, attendance at chapel was pretty much mandatory, forming part and parcel of a Pavlovian regime. If I wasn’t gawping at my unfortunate female classmates – who were in a tiny minority – I would be scanning the wall plaques in awe, commemorating an array of eminent past pupils. My […]

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As a teenager at Rugby School, attendance at chapel was pretty much mandatory, forming part and parcel of a Pavlovian regime. If I wasn’t gawping at my unfortunate female classmates – who were in a tiny minority – I would be scanning the wall plaques in awe, commemorating an array of eminent past pupils. My […]

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Beware the Ides of May, not March

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Julius Caesar was literally and figuratively stabbed in the back on this day in 44BC which marked a major transition from Rome being a Republic to becoming an Empire. Caesar’s assassination brought about a civil war and on its conclusion, his adopted son Octavian undertook a brutal purge of those Senators who had conspired and […]

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Julius Caesar was literally and figuratively stabbed in the back on this day in 44BC which marked a major transition from Rome being a Republic to becoming an Empire. Caesar’s assassination brought about a civil war and on its conclusion, his adopted son Octavian undertook a brutal purge of those Senators who had conspired and […]

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