How to deal when you can’t finish a run

Like anything you get involved in, running requires perseverance and resilience. While it can be disheartening to not complete a run or be behind schedule, it is important to remember just getting up and out is a win in anyone’s book! There are many ways to keep yourself motivated for example joining groups, involving family […]

What to do if your Couch to 5k app keeps crashing?

It can be disheartening when you are out running and in the grove when your app crashes! We have all been there, we just need to embrace, overcome and carry on. It is important to remember that there are always ways to deal with technical issues, however annoying it may be. Below are a few […]

Dave’s Story

Keen to get into blind running but not quite sure where to start?  With the help of British Blind Sport we have taken the opportunity to share Dave’s personal story of how he got into running and where he is now. Dave Williams was born with Leber Congenital Amaurosis, which causes sight loss at birth. […]

Guy’s Story

Keen to get into blind running but not quite sure where to start?  With the help of British Blind Sport we have taken the opportunity to share Guy’s personal story of how he got into running and where he is now. British Blind Sport first met Guy at our Cambridgeshire Have a Go Day in […]

Agata’s Story – Finding My Limit

Keen to get into blind running but not quite sure where to start? With the help of British Blind Sport we have taken the opportunity to share Agata’s personal story of how she got into blind running and where she is now. ‘I stood at the edge of the athletics track and heard the patter […]

Visually Impaired Running with British Blind Sport

Keen to get into blind running but not quite sure where to start? The next few blogs will explore visually impaired people’s stories around getting into blind running. With the help of British Blind Sport and runners’ Agata, Guy and Dave we are doing a series of blogs to help inspire, motivate and provide useful […]