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About Us

Amy and younger sister Lucy took up running aged eight following in the footsteps of their dad, Roy, a 2.39 marathon runner.

cw gamesAmy's Running Feats... 

As a junior running under her maiden name of Waterlow, Amy was a double English schools champion winning the cross country title and 3k on the track. She also won the National Cross Country as a junior and was selected to run for Great Britain at European and World Cross Country championships and in international track competitions.

In 1999 in her senior debut, she ran for GB in the World Cross Country Champs and finished 15th.

Since focusing on the marathon, she has lowered her PB to 2.33. In 2014, she was selected to run for England at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

A fully qualified teacher, she now works as a coach alongside her own running training and lives in Nottingham with her husband, two daughters and a crazy border collie. She runs for Notts AC.

Amy's PBs

5K: 15.57 (track)

10K: 33.45 (Brighton)
Half: 73.08 (Peterborough)
Marathon: 2.33 (London)

Lucy's Running Feats...

finishing 2Lucy has raced at county level and is on a quest to join the rest of her family in the sub-3 marathon club. She trains around her job as a journalist and is the ghostwriter of Nell McAndrew's Guide To Running. She lives in St Albans with her husband and their energetic border collie, and regularly runs in road and cross country races for her local club St Albans Striders.

Lucy's PBs

5K: 18.03 (track)

10K: 38.27 (Eastleigh) 
Half: 83.42 (Bath) 
Marathon: 3.06 (London)

Follow us on Twitter @amyrunningfeat and @lucyrunningfeat and on Instagram @runningfeat

LucyRunningFeat RT @GuernseyLitFest: Running helped @MarvellousMimi to overcome anorexia. She has taken on some of the most extreme races around the world…
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LucyRunningFeat @katehelencarter Great race report which shows every second counts and you should never give up! Well done on joining the sub 3 club!🏆🍰
LucyRunningFeat RT @Run_Mummy_Run: Charlotte Harding is a member of the Run Mummy Run community. In this blog post she explains what she has learnt from r…
LucyRunningFeat Thanks @LISAJACKSON43 and @Womensrunninguk for this fab article on @Run_Mummy_Run and the book in the latest editio… https://t.co/aZzdEYjd0j
AmyRunningFeat @jessjuddxx Super. Well done Jess
AmyRunningFeat @lisa_dobriskey Just one illustration of how Lisa has always looked out for others. Know great things lie ahead for such a lovely person x
AmyRunningFeat Without @lisa_dobriskey's advice& reassurance on Skype on the hip surgery we both required, I doubt I would be running now. True superstar x
AmyRunningFeat A brilliant, truthful article @lisa_dobriskey Incredible athlete but secondary to being just such a lovely person I… https://t.co/w0HfYFWCny
AmyRunningFeat @runbadders @AndrewJamesHobd @lisa_dobriskey @_mixedzone Such a brave post from such a brilliant athlete but an even better person & friend