Cepee Tabibian
23/9/2016 · 3 min read · +200 · 3
Neil Smith
22/9/2016 · 3 min read · +200
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RUN DIRTY

RUN DIRTY

This was the first in a series of running related articles for onlinesports.ie which was then posted on LinkedIn. Running is a sport that I love. On and off road. Up mountains or along long sandy beaches. The great thing about it is that a plodder...

Neil Smith

Neil Smith

Glad you liked it Brook. As we hit the autumn there is something particularly enjoyable about coming home from a long, hilly run all sweaty and dirty and plastered in mud and heather. See you out here sometime.

6/10/2017
Brook Massey

Brook Massey

I love running outside no matter. Running through the woods, fields, hills, where-ever off road is absolutely the best. Someday I hope to explore the Irish countryside in a pair of running shoes. Great article.

6/10/2017
Neil Smith
29/1/2017 · 3 min read · +100
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Reports on the Montane Spine Race 2017. Update five.

Reports on the Montane Spine Race 2017. Update five.

The Spine race is an event run every January from Edale at the Southern end of the Pennine Way to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish borders. Officially the distance is two hundred and sixty eight miles but detours, navigation errors and route choice can...

Neil Smith

Neil Smith

Thanks Donna -Luisa. It's an idea I first used in one of those endless LI discussions about leadership in business and politics. After reading for a while it occurred to me that all the chat was about the figureheads at the top rather than the large number of people who actually made stuff happen. I think it applies well to sport also.

31/1/2017

Anonymous

You are so very correct.. Leaders are nothing without followers. Leaders need followers for their role to exist. Great commentary Neil Smith

31/1/2017
Neil Smith
29/1/2017 · 3 min read · +100
To beBee in English and 2 more
Reports on the Montane Spine Race 2017. Update seven.

Reports on the Montane Spine Race 2017. Update seven.

The Spine race is an event run every January from Edale at the Southern end of the Pennine Way to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish borders. Officially the distance is two hundred and sixty eight miles but detours, navigation errors and route choice can...

Neil Smith
29/1/2017 · 3 min read · +100
To beBee in English and 2 more
Reports on the Montane Spine Race 2017. Update six.

Reports on the Montane Spine Race 2017. Update six.

The Spine race is an event run every January from Edale at the Southern end of the Pennine Way to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish borders. Officially the distance is two hundred and sixty eight miles but detours, navigation errors and route choice can...

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