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Women & Sports: Alexandra André, Iron(wo)men

Women & Sports: Alexandra André, Iron(wo)men

The only thing I have learnt to ‘give up’ is being too attached to a time or a place. I bring 3 goals to races and encourage others to consider these too: 1) get to the start line 2) get to the finishing line 3) enjoy the journey (on race day and in training). There’s a quote I saw running the London Marathon: ‘Greatness has no time limit’. How true that is.
Women & Sports: Dr. Alex Hynes, Muay Thai Boxer to Kokoda Challenge

Women & Sports: Dr. Alex Hynes, Muay Thai Boxer to Kokoda Challenge

I started boxing 6 or 7 years ago. I started with boxing initially, then transitioning to sparring. With sparring, you are all geared up and going at each other but it’s not a competition – not scoring points. You’re doing the motions of attack and defense but you’re using light blows. About five years ago, I wanted to keep going with Muay Thai but my body wouldn’t recover as quickly as I’d like – I was covered in bruises! I had fallen in love with the Muay Thai way of fitness but not so much with the high contact element of it. So now I work out five days a week.
Women & Sports: Taylah Campey, Park Run

Women & Sports: Taylah Campey, Park Run

Trying anything new might be scary at the start, but as the year goes on you get more used to that sport and you never want it to stop. Now football has finished I really miss everyone in my team and miss playing every weekend.
Women & Sports: Nikki Letts, Trail Running

Women & Sports: Nikki Letts, Trail Running

This months sporting woman Nikki Letts talks about her love of trail running and how easy it is to get started!
Women & Sports: Christine Wilson, Runner

Women & Sports: Christine Wilson, Runner

You're never too old, to old, to fat to start running. Christine Wilson tells us how you can get of the couch and run today.