Tag Archives: Exercise Induced Asthma

D33 Ultramarathon and little bit more

So, for the first time since June 2014, I found myself in a running event. I suppose it also came as a surprise that this was my first race over any distance since turning 50 last July (though I was … Continue reading

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A 53 mile Ultramarathon / 66 mile Cycle Sportive Double

Dear Friends On April 25th I will be running the Hoka Highland Fling Ultramarathon (53miles/85km). About 10 hours later in the early hours of the 26th I will be on my bike attempting the Etape Loch Ness Bike race (66 … Continue reading

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“Asthmatic runners are like stammerers who sing”

Winter has finally arrived in Sweden. Actually, it’s been here for about a week. Having been home in Scotland for a couple of weeks where temperatures seldom dropped below +5 c, the prospect of a run at -5 c in … Continue reading

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Running with Asthma & Diabetes

A running buddy asked me this week “which is worse for your running, being asthmatic or being diabetic?” And since it’s Diabetic Week, I thought I’d try to formulate a proper answer. As a regular runner for some eight years, … Continue reading

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