About Catherine Wilding

Catherine Wilding took up running in 2004 and in 2005 ran her first marathon. Within two years, she was invited to run in the professional field in the New York City Marathon. Already in her thirties, she put her success down to dedication and self belief. Like many runners she has suffered from injury and set-backs yet still believes she can set new PB’s. She lives in Chelsea, London and trains in Hyde Park and Richmond Park with the Serpentine Running Club.
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­2014 London Marathon Race Report by Catherine Wilding

It promised to be one of the most exciting races ever.  The London Marathon was to bear witness to the double Olympic Champion – Mo Farah – making his debut over the 26.2 mile distance.  Ever since Mo turned up on the start line of the London Marathon in 2013 to “practice” going off with [...]

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Running Naturally In Berlin by Catherine Wilding

Be Careful What You Wish For There is a well known saying be careful what you wish for because it might just come true.  I have said many times that I would like to visit Berlin for a weekend.  It’s a city known for its incredible history and culture, but for a runner it is [...]

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There’s nothing you can’t do…..

Ed: This piece by Catherine Wilding is the first guest post on this site and I’m really delighted to have her on board. If you’d like to contribute please contact me. I’ve noted that other runners write about pace, split times, race conditions and how their training has been erratic / hardcore / blighted by [...]

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