From the Blog

  • orienteeringWorld Orienteering Champs, ScotlandMay 11, 2015 - 5:55 pm

    With the World Orienteering Championships set to take place in and around Inverness from July 31st to August 7th, Moray’s RDO Mike Rodgers hopes that the sport, which is often associated with bespecalled, nurdiness, will be able to rebrand. The silent forest. The crack of a branch shatters the stillness. Heavy breathing, faint at first, […]

  • emily'spicmFThe Moonlit Flit Night Run, Last in the WNR Series…Race ReportMarch 17, 2015 - 2:22 pm

    A race report of the Moonlit Flit half marathon by series silver medallist, Rhys Goodhead After our 10 second countdown, we all bundled off and the down-hill start soon meant that people were freely galloping along the path (at one point I looked at my watch to see the front runners were trotting along at […]

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Adharanand FinnAuthor of Running With Kenyans (The Guardian)

“Wild running guides Ceri and Mark were superb. A great route was planned with enough challenge but flexible too- to accommodate my speed and endurance levels. They quickly found my pace, and gave encouragement to push a bit harder and offered welcome advice from their wealth of experience of ultrarunning giving me much more confidence for my next challenge ahead. Looking forward to getting out on the trails of Dartmoor again and will certainly run with Wild Running and hope to share a well earned pint too afterwards with them both.”

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Devkee TrivediEdmonton Runners

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