Sometimes it’s hard to remember what I’ve achieved in a year and December gives me the opportunity to look back and summarise what I’ve done and to feel proud that I’ve achieved far more than I’d remembered. Blogging helps me remember otherwise I’d be a little clueless and probably forget most of the achievements.
I think it’s been a good year and sport gives plenty of ways to set goals and hopefully meet or exceed them.
So, here’s a quick summary of my 2014.
Return of Eastleigh parkrun at Lakeside
Skiing in La Plagne
Chosen as Baton Beefeater for Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay
New parkrun PB (23:34)
HOWSC 100 Sprint Triathlon
As well as those achievements, I’ve been involved with a few other things including:
– parkrun Event Adjudicator
– manning parkrun Welfare phone line several times
– Helped organise Lordshill Mile series
– Event Director and regular volunteer at Southampton junior parkrun (volunteered at 40-45 junior events in 2014)
– Volunteering at Eastleigh and Southampton parkruns
– Race Directed Lordshill 10K road race
– Re-elected as Vice Chairman of Lordshill Road Runners
– Awarded Southampton Tri Club Best New Triathlete
– Attend Lordshill training for first time
Looking back, there’s far more that I’ve achieved than I could remember. In fact, with being chosen as a Baton Bearer, completing my first half distance triathlon and being awarded STC Best Male Triathlete, it’s been a pretty spectacular year.