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Tough Week

This past weeks training continued on from last week without a rest day, the body was feeling pretty decent after 7 days straight of running. With this next weeks training schedule came some freezing cold temperatures, exactly what I need in…
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1st week back to Training

After having the previous week to take it easy and let my calf recover (which is has done nicely, thanks Mo) i was back into a full week of training, 7 days on the bounce! Monday started with a cheeky little bike ride of 70kms in the gym,…
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Back in London

After spending the best part of 5 weeks in Australia for an intensive training camp, it was time to return to London to continue my training and further testing, what a welcome back i received, -1 and pitch black at 7am. It has taken me…
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Last Week in Oz

After last weeks training the body felt just a little tired heading into what would be my final week of running before a well earned recovery week, this would also coincide with being my final week in Australia before heading over to London…
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Becoming an Ultra Runner

What is an Ultra Runner? An Ultra Runner is someone who has completed a run which is longer then a marathon (42km), last week i completed 55km of running on Monday, and to make it even more interesting i did it on trails through the Bundeena National…
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2011.......DONE!

What a turnaround from last week, the final week of 2011 i completed 98 kms with a personal best of 35kms in one session. Ive felt great throughout this past week, especially due to being back in my hometown of Bathurst. It was great catching…
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Back in Oz

Its been a couple of week since my last post, and I'm no longer in London, but back in beautiful Australia!!! I've been having a lovely time with my family and friends, its been way to long since I've seen them all. Spending the first week…
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70 who??

With the sun shining this past week in London its hard to believe Christmas is only 4 weeks away!
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Great Week!

Have had a fantastic week of training, completed 60kms and felt very comfortable... But what other kinds of people do I see on my journeys?
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I'm Here, I'm Ready!

Welcome everyone to the official blog site of Luke Tyburski, The Adventurer. Since recently retiring from football (soccer) ive decided to partake in whats been known as the toughest footrace on the planet, The Marathon des sables (MDS). It’s a 250km self sufficient multistage footrace through the Saharan desert in Morocco.