Olivia Higginson

Race: A 5K race with added ‘X’ factor

This race review is going to be very different. I don't have many photographs of the race itself, for a reason that will become apparent… In August 2019 in Orlando, my fiancé and I ran the Cypress Cove Labour...

Runderwear review – female running underwear

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Crafty Fox Half Marathon – race review

At the beginning of September I went from a hurricane in Orlando to the hills in Dorset and finally took part in my first-ever White Star Running event, the Crafty Fox Half Marathon. It was a hilly trail half-marathon,...

Ham to Lyme 50K race review

On the 5th July, the fabulous five ran the Ham to Lyme 50K ultramarathon – with the help of Wile E. Coyote, party rings and gin, we ran for the same length of time as an average working day! Over...

About Me

Olivia can usually be found running around the East Devon countryside with her fellow club runners. She has raced all distances from 5K to 50K, but her favourite distance is a half-marathon. Her dream would be to run in races around the world. Olivia is also a Sports Therapist, assisting runners to keep on running.
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