It’s already time to dig out the trainers for the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon. Yes, even if you’re still feeling the (delayed) effects of Christmas. I know plenty of houses that have a selection box or two tucked away on top of a kitchen press for desperate moments! In the interests of full disclosure, I still have a bag of plastic sweets left over from Halloween. From time to time I feel the lure of their sweetness. I’m thinking of tying them, like a carrot on a stick, to hurry me along with my training for the mini marathon.
With entries now open, the countdown is on, and remember, everyone who enters for the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon is in with a chance to win a Nissan Micra. (It’s not the winner’s prize!)
Sweat bands at the ready – it’s time to plan for Vhi Healthcare Women’s Mini Marathon 2015. But before you start sweating even at the thoughts, we have some tips to help put your mind and body at ease.
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Running has to be one of the easiest exercises to take up, it's free to do, and leaves you feeling great! If you are embarking on your first VHI Women’s Mini Marathon on 1st June 2015 or you’re familiar with the marathon, the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists have all you need to know to get you on the road to success, injury free!
Your training for the 2015 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon has never been easier with our new panel of Vhi experts ready and on hand to guide you to your fitness goals.
The 2015 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon is officially open for entries from Wednesday 11th February. Over 40,000 participants are expected to walk, jog or run the 10K route through Dublin city on Monday, 1st June 2015.
Mary Butler has flown half way across the world for this event and this week the Mini Interview sat down with this seasoned Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon Veteran, whose determination through good times and bad ensures that that this race always provides a meaningful goal to work towards.
DJ, media personality and Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon advocate Ruth Scott joins us for her take on the uplifting, inclusive and exciting moments that keep her coming back for more.
The Mini Interview sits down with Emma Wadding (pictured on the left), an enthusiastic runner.
New Year, new Mini Interview! We chatted to young participant Holly Ryan on what she’s looking forward to in her second ever Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon
We have a FREE Vhi health screening package in a Vhi Medical Centre worth €320 to give away with special thanks to our partners, Vhi Healthcare. To enter simply ‘like’ the competition post on our Facebook page (click here) and answer the following question on the facebook page:
Know what it takes to reach the top? Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon favourite Maria McCambridge talks through her pre-race routine, the importance of the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon and her hopes to finally take first place.
Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon nine-year veteran Caitriona Ryan is this week’s Mini Interview. Caitriona took her first steps as a runner in the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon and hasn’t looked back since. Here’s what she had to say about the event.
In this week’s Mini Interview feature we spoke to 2012 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon winner, Linda Byrne, for her thoughts on this special event and girl power.