Personal Bests and Bucket List Races

Personal Bests -

200 Mile Trail: 54h 11m

160 Mile Trail: 40h 18m

120 Mile Trail: 28h 56m

100 Mile Trail(Mountain): 26h 42m

100 Mile Trail(Flat): 20h 42m

80 Mile Trail (Flat): 16h 11m

78(125k) Mile Trail: 20h 53m

60 Mile Trail: 11h 49m

55 Mile Trail: 10h 30m

50 Mile Trail: 8h 23m

31(50k) Mile Trail: 4h 48m

Trail Marathon (alot of the runs vary in distance i.e. more than 26.2 miles and have varying amounts of elevation) : 4h 27m

Achievements  - 

Member of Hardmoors 1000 mile club - June 2016

Hardmoors Triple Crown - 1st Male 2016 & 2nd Male 2017

Bucket List Races and Challenges (there are others not on the list; too many great runs and challenges, so little time!)  - 

Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run, USA - The Western States is the world’s oldest and most prestigious 100-mile trail race. Starting in Squaw Valley, California near the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics and ending 100.2 miles later in Auburn, California, Western States, in the decades since its inception in 1974, has come to represent one of the ultimate endurance tests in the world. Following the historic Western States Trail, runners climb more than 18,000 feet and descend nearly 23,000 feet before they reach the finish line at Placer High School in Auburn. In the miles between Squaw Valley and Auburn, runners experience the majestic high country beauty of Emigrant Pass and the Granite Chief Wilderness, the crucible of the canyons of the California gold country, a memorable crossing of the ice-cold waters of the main stem of the Middle Fork of the American River, and, during the latter stages, the historic reddish brown coloured trails that led gold-seeking prospectors and homesteading pilgrims alike to the welcoming arms of Auburn.

The UK's Big Three Challenges -
Bob Graham Round
Done as a sub-24 hour push the Bob Graham round of 42 Lakeland peaks (including the four 3000-ers) is one of the toughest fell runner's challenges in the country. Wearing tennis shoes and fuelled on bread and butter the man himself set the bar high way back in 1932 and his time of 23 hours 39 minutes stood for 28 years. See the Bob Graham Club website for more.
Paddy Buckley Round
A 62 mile circuit of 47 Snowdonian summits, the round was devised by Paddy Buckley but first run in under 24 hours by Martin Stone in 1985. The route includes the Carneddau, the Glyderau, the Snowdon range, the Moelwynion and the Moel Hebog range. For more details check out runner Bob Wightman's website.
Ramsay Round
An extension of an earlier effort by Philip Tranter, Charlie Ramsay's amazing effort covers 24 Lochaber Munros over around 60 miles, including Ben Nevis, the Aonachs, the Grey Corries, the Easains and Loch Treig Munros and the whole Mamores ridge. Ramsay just scraped inside the 24 hour limit in 1978; the current record stands at 18hrs23. More info at the Ramsay's Round site.

Dragons Back Race, UK - The legendary Dragon’s Back Race follows the mountainous spine of Wales from Conwy Castle to Carreg Cennen Castle. This incredible 5-day journey is approximately 300 kilometres long with 17,000 metres of ascent across wild, trackless, remote and mountainous terrain.

Drankensburg Grand Traverse, South Africa - The Drakensberg Grand Traverse is a 220-240 km across the Drakensberg mountain range, South Africa. Although there is no prescribed route, or even trail, there are certain checkpoints that one must complete along the way in order to be able to say that they have completed the DGT. These checkpoints include the most significant peaks along the way, all well over 3000m.

Leadville 100 Run, USA - The legendary "Race Across The Sky" 100-mile run is where it all started back in 1983. One hundred miles of extreme Colorado Rockies terrain, from elevations of 9,200 to 12,600 feet.

Hardrock 100, USA - The Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run is an ultramarathon of 100.5 miles in length, plus 33,992 ft of ascent. The run starts and ends in Silverton, Colorado and travels through the towns of Telluride, Ouray, and the ghost town of Sherman. Entrants must travel above 12,000 feet (3,700 m) of elevation a total of 13 times, with the highest point on the course being the 14,048' summit of Handies Peak. In order to complete the event, instead of crossing a finish line, runners are required to "kiss the Hardrock", a picture of a ram's head painted on a large block of stone mining debris.Grand Slam - Western States 100, Vermont 100, Leadville Trail 100 and Wasatch Front 100, all USA.