Martin Quinlan

Tower Hamlets

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Martin Quinlan completed a training run • Morning Run
Tue 2 Mar
9.5km
01:03:06
06:38/km
Martin Quinlan completed a training run • Evening Run
Mon 1 Mar
3.5km
20:57
06:01/km
Martin Quinlan completed a training run • Morning Run
Mon 1 Mar
3.1km
20:49
06:44/km
Martin Quinlan completed a training run • Night Run
Sun 28 Feb
11.3km
01:12:00
06:23/km
Martin Quinlan signed up to a community mission
Community mission
Tower Hamlets

CRISIS: The Sunday Session

Sun 7 Mar 10:00 am
Crisis at Christmas Warehouse, Leven Road, Poplar, London, E14 0LL
Getting the building ready to have EVERYTHING removed!

It's back! Yes, for a March special, we've been invited back to the large Crisis warehouse to help with the final stages of the team vacating this huge premises.

Activity will involve:

  • Stock-taking
  • Redistribution of products and furniture
  • DIY

You don't need to commit to the entire six hours - we understand it's a long time. Just come for as much as you can.

Health and safety

  • On arrival, sign in on the book to your right as you arrive in the loading bay.

  • Grab a hi-vis vest.

  • Sanitise your hands.

  • Richard will allocate you a task.

  • Face coverings are mandatory when working inside at this task. Please ask Richard for a face covering if you don't have your own on arrival.

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Martin Quinlan completed a training run • Morning Run
Sat 27 Feb
9.9km
01:01:44
06:13/km
Martin Quinlan completed a training run • Night Run
Fri 26 Feb
9.7km
01:01:15
06:20/km
Martin Quinlan went on a party
Party
Islington

Adventure Film Watch Party: "Run For Your Life: The New York Marathon"

Thu 25 Feb

During the current lockdown, Team #GoodgymRedThunder will be hosting a weekly Adventure Film Watch Party- an opportunity to watch these great free-to-air documentaries together! During these uncertain times, sometimes we need a bit of inspiration to get us out the door and finding our own adventures!


"Run For Your Life: The New York Marathon"

Blending archival and contemporary footage with recollections from past champions, recreational participants, volunteers and local politicians, this documentary looks at the life and passion of Fred Lebow, founder of the New York City Marathon.

From extremely humble beginnings -- in 1970, less than 100 people participated in the inaugural 26.2 mile race through the five boroughs -- the race evolves into a global happening, drawing competitors and spectators from all over the world.

"Without one eccentric first-generation Jewish immigrant from Transylvania, the New York City Marathon simply wouldn't exist. Ehrlich's fun, loving, and inspirational tribute to the late Fred Lebow shows how one man's imagination, determination, and love for running created one of the world's most popular sporting events."- Tribeca Film Festival

(Film Duration: 1 hour 35 minutes)

https://youtu.be/CMK7e7uP-TY


You will need to sign in to the TwoSeven video synchronising service and download their browser extension to watch this film. Instructions can be found on their home page.

Video sharing site: https://twoseven.xyz/

A chat option will be available for viewers of correspond to each other during the screening.

We are open to film suggestions. The only caveat is that they must be free-to-air and only available through non-subscription services.

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Martin Quinlan went on a community mission
Community mission
Tower Hamlets

Safer Thames run

Thu 25 Feb
Report written by Martin Quinlan

Running for Safer Thames initiative for Port of London Authority

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Martin Quinlan completed a training run • Morning Run
Thu 25 Feb
9.6km
01:01:14
06:21/km
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