Harrogate runner loses ¼ of a stone in gruelling race

A Harrogate runner says she lost more than a quarter of a stone in weight while winning one of the longest and brutal races in the world.
While the rest of Britain stayed indoors during the recent week of bad winter conditions, Carol Morgan was battling through snowdrifts in her running shoes for 268 miles across the top of the Pennine peaks from Derbyshire to the Scottish borders.
The member of Harrogate-based Nidd Valley Road Runners said: "After I finished the race and got home, I slept for 24 hours.
"My one constant thought during the race was food and where I would eat next.... read more

 
30 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 23
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