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I’ll be giving a talk at Run and Become Edinburgh…..

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I will be giving a talk about my run on Scotland’s Watershed at Run and Become Edinburgh on February 26th. The ‘inspiration evening’ is free and you can click the image – left – or click here for more info from the Run and Become site. 

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Watershed Run Routes

On 29th October 2012 By

I’ve scribbled some notes about a few of the legs I ran during my month-long adventure on Scotland’s Watershed here: Watershed Running. All of the posts about the various legs include maps and route information. Some of the legs made for spectacular mountain running and […]

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UKHillwalking.com has published a feature on Colin’s Watershed Run based on an interview with him in July.

 

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Recent Stories about Colin’s Watershed Run…..

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We’ve been having one of our busiest seasons ever for every possible reason…
gofurther’s Colin reached the end of his epic Scottish Watershed run on Sunday 24th June at 2.30pm at Duncansby Head – 30 days after he set off from the border with England on Peel Fell. Colin had been training for this effort for […]

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Busy Spring 2012

On 17th June 2012 By

We’ve had an unbelievably busy year so far. Colin embarked on a 30 day multi-day trail and mountain run on May 26th. This follows the route of the Scottish Watershed and he is covering every inch from the Scottish border to the North Coast. You can follow his adventure here: www.watershedrunning.tumblr.com
Colin is […]

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