Simon Fitzmaurice

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Simon Fitzmaurice completed a walk • Afternoon Walk
Sun 28 Feb
Simon Fitzmaurice completed a training run • Morning Run
Sat 27 Feb
Simon Fitzmaurice went on a training session
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The Wolfpack 100

Sat 27 Feb

Lets create a team for the Wolfpack 100 challenge. The aim is to collectively cover 100km over 27th & 28th February. Walking and running counts and together we can hit the target. Sign up and add in the comments how many kms you are committing to complete.

This event is virtual so can be completed anywhere in your own time over the weekend.

There is also a medal and donation to Fareshare for 10 hot meals if you want to register to the event. (£14 sign up)

Select 100k relay individual entry and add team name - GoodGym Slough

Or more information on The Wolfpack 100 here.

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Fri 26 Feb
Simon Fitzmaurice went on a community mission
Community mission

Back after a wheely good half term brake...

Fri 26 Feb
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(I apologise for using an appalling pun for this title. I will try harder next time...)

We had a great group of Goodgymmers join us for our weekly cycle delivery task at the Ringcross Community Centre Foodbank. A top crew of familiar faces, along with Guy, who completed his first ever Goodgym session with us.

12 large crates full of shopping, food supplies and essential items were dropped off to Islington households by our team, on a lovely warm Spring evening.

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Simon Fitzmaurice completed a ride • Afternoon Ride
Fri 26 Feb
Simon Fitzmaurice signed up to a party

Goodgym x Camino Ultra London: Ultra Running Q & A

Wed 17 Mar 19:30 pm
The Arsenal Community Hub, 56 Benwell Road, London, N7 7BA
By popular demand, an evening answering your ultra running questions!

In July 2021, 20+ Goodgym runners will be participating in the Camino Ultra London 50km race (from Welwyn Garden City to Hackney Wick)- many of them running their first ultra distance event.

We are hosting a special question & answer evening with experienced ultra runners via Zoom, for anyone interested in taking on long distance running.

Open for anyone- those who are new to the ultra distance, planning their next running challenge or whether you have loads of races completed!

Expect questions about:

  • Training
  • Nutrition
  • Racing Tips
  • Conditioning and Kit
  • Future Running Plans

For more info about the Camino Ultra London, visit here:

Topic: GoodGym Ultra Q&A Evening Time: Mar 17, 2021 07:30 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 813 6115 5606 Passcode: 637487

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Simon Fitzmaurice completed a ride • Morning Ride
Fri 26 Feb
Simon Fitzmaurice completed a ride • Night Ride
Thu 25 Feb
Simon Fitzmaurice went on a party

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)

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.

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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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