ASICS UK FrontRunners Manchester Marathon Weekend

First I’d like to thank Gareth, David and the ASICS team for the inviting me to the programme and hosting an epic weekend. It was a great opportunity to learn about the team goals, meet the team, have fun which included indoor skydiving which was epic, followed by racing at the Manchester Marathon.

I raced in the 2x Marathon Relay with Peter Butler who is a inspiring and a top guy. Checkout an earlier interview I did with him. We came third overall with a sub 3 Hour time, which is a great confidence booster as I head into the Paris Marathon in the coming week.

The UK ASICS FrontRunner team comprises of track runners, marathoners, ultra marathoners, Olympians etc. I met so many amazing athletes during the weekend event, that really inspired me with their dedication and love for the sport. Use the hashtag #ASICSFrontRunnerUK on Instagram to see everyone’s adventures.

Below are a selection of photos from the weekend.

Pictured below with British Marathon greats Mara Yamauchi and Ron Hill. Mara is the 2nd fastest British female marathoner of all time (2:23:12). Ron is a marathon champion at the World Majors, European and Commonwealth levels.

Pictured below with Mikail Huggins who was the T12 100m Guide Runner who partnered with Libby Clegg. They had a successful winning partnership at World, Paralymic, etc. levels.

Pictured below with Nick Butter who will be going for the World Record attempt of running 196 marathons in all 196 countries globally in 550 days in aid of raising £250k for Prostate Cancer UK. 

Race to the finish line with the winner Hannah. From right to left Mara, Jonathan, Brian, Rachel W, Matt and myself.

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