I was delighted to have been contacted by Caroline Phillips, an award-winning journalist who has written about health for publications from the Evening Standard to Telegraph, from the Express to The Times, for some coaching.
Caroline initially said she wanted help with a goal of writing a book. We covered so much more than just […]
My triathlon club featured me, along with other member’s who are coaches/therapists.
Page 9 from the Brighton Phoenix Newsletter – March 2014
I am very pleased for Yves Watt who successfully swam the English Channel and exceeded his fundraising target on behalf of Australia’s National Stroke Foundation.
Yves is the first person from Vanuatu to have swum the English Channel. When I met Yves in Brighton, UK, I had to look up where Vanuatu is, and it […]
I am delighted to read another great review of my book Winning Strategies for Sports and Life in the August / September 2013 edition of H2Open – Open Water Swimming magazine.
As a founding member and contributor to the magazine, I continue to enjoy the magazine and it inspires me to get out in the […]
I am delighted by the glowing review that has just been published on the Run247 website. My book appears to have made quite a significant impact on the reviewer!
Here is a link to the Run247 review.
What do you think of it?
I am delighted to say that my blog on why I wrote Winning Strategies for Sports and Life appears in the Peak Performance Training News
This blog reveals more, than what is contained in the preface of the book, about how I started on the personal journey from being seriously ill to running my […]
Recording from radio interview on DreamCorner about the Olympics
I’m pleased to say that yesterday’s inerview on DreamCorner went superbly, and if you want to listen to the recording, here is the link: http://www.dreamcorner.co.uk/theme-show-preparing-for-the-olympics/
The conversation between myself, Karen Weir, […]