It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.

Back in 2012 I got talked into running a charity 10k by a friend at work, and - not having run for the previous 20 years - started "training" a month before... and somehow caught the bug.

Now, after completing several marathons, and slacking through several long no-run periods (due to either injuries or just sheer laziness), besides trying to get better PBs in the races to come, I entertain an idea of doing ultra trails - as I definitely like trails much more compared to that dull road pounding.

recent running adventures

running / Jun 2019
If you’re a fan of trail running then the Marathon du Mont Blanc is the ultimate challenge. Covering 42kms and climbing over 2,000 metres, this high-altitude race is for the super-fit.
running / Jun 2019
Almost 4 months have passed since my previous try to run the Ultra tour du Massif des 3 Pignons, which ended prematurely with bad ankle sprain. Time to give the 35 bosses route another chance.
running / May 2019
A running trail in a Mediterranean environment.
running / Apr 2019
Another in the series of did-not-start races. Hopefully the last one.
running / Mar 2019
Courir pour soi c’est bien. Courir solidaire c’est encore mieux !

running in planning

running / Aug 2019
Oak groves, pine forests and beech forests, silted plains, unusual rocks, breathtaking views, unexpected ruins... With a height difference of more than 1000m and more than 50km of trails, this itinerary is aimed at experienced trailers who want to refine their training over long distances.
running / Sep 2019
L'un des plus dur trail de la Vallée de la Seine, mais également l'un des plus joli.
running / Aug 2020
New silly challenge idea for 2020.