28 Mar '16, 3pm

Q&A with @Conway_Sean , the wild-haired adventurer who's run & swam the length of Britain:

Q&A with @Conway_Sean , the wild-haired adventurer who's run & swam the length of Britain:

What does running mean to you? Freedom. Cycling and swimming require a little more effort and preparation, whereas you can run anywhere, anytime. All you need is a pair of trainers, which you can take with you anywhere. I like that. If you could go for a run with anyone, living or dead, who would it be? Zola Budd. She famously always ran barefooted. My mum always used to call me her little Zola Budd when I ran around the African bush chasing after guinea fowl with a stick. I never did catch the buggers but I gave it a good go and inevitably would come back with at least seven thorns in my toes. You once ran the length of Britain. What was the most memorable part of that trip? The West Highland Way – the best 97 miles I’ve ever run. Tough, dramatic, cold and wet. It was also snowing on the Devil’s Staircase and I tore my lower calf, which I then had to tape up with gaffer t...

Full article: http://mensrunninguk.co.uk/interviews/sean-conway/

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