River Ayr Way 40 mile Ultra-marathon with type 1 diabetes

Type 1 diabetes and my first 40 mile ultra-marathon (plus the Great North Run 2016)! As you’ll know if you’ve read my earlier blog posts, this year is made up of 5 events covering 130 miles raising funds for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) justgiving.com/craigwaugh1. I’ve already completed the Manchester Marathon and Yorkshire Three Peaks… Read more »

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Main events 2016

Type 1 Diabetes and running 130 miles over 5 events

It’s been a while….. It’s been a while since my last blog and I know it’s long overdue, life kind of just took over these past few months (in a good way). The twins are now 10 months old and our little three year old is a typical bundle of energy plus work has got… Read more »

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Becoming a Type 1 Diabetic Multi-marathoner, CGM, xDrip and Nightscout

I’m a Multi-marathoner! Success! I can now call myself a multi-marathoner! Granted I’ve only ran two marathons but hey, it’s more than one and there’ll be more to come. It’s also major progress towards my Iron Man triathlon ambition. It’s been a while since my last blog update, mainly down to having to focus on… Read more »

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York 10k photo

Type 1 diabetes, peer support and smashing my 10k PB!

Event 1 of 3, smashing my 10k PB! One event down, two to go this year! And it ended with a massive PB! I’ll explain a bit about how I did it with type 1 diabetes later in this blog. I recently ran the first of my three events this year, the York 10k (the… Read more »

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Edinburgh Marathon – Joanne Gemie Guest Blog

Intro My name is Joanne Gemie and I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 7. Oh, I’ve just completed something I never thought I would, the Edinburgh Marathon, 26.2 miles (plus the training) with type 1 diabetes! Here’s a brief history of my journey to marathon….. Rowing I don’t really remember… Read more »

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Newborn Twins, Sleep Deprivation and becoming a Team BG Ambassador!

THE TWINS HAVE ARRIVED!…. …… and don’t I know it. Mabel and Monty arrived on Friday 5th June 2015 safe and well. We’re just over one week into becoming parents for the second and third time with just 11 minutes between second and third children. Mabel and Monty join our 2 year old George and… Read more »

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The Journey So Far

The Journey So Far….

Firstly please forgive the really long post, I’ve been thinking of starting this blog for some time so had quite a lot of stuff to update you with. Please stick with me, I’m going to need you on this epic journey! Pre-T1D I have actually spent most of my life without type 1 or indeed… Read more »

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  • River Ayr Way 40 mile Ultra-marathon with type 1 diabetes

    Type 1 diabetes and my first 40 mile ultra-marathon (plus the Great North Run 2016)! As you’ll know if you’ve read my earlier blog posts, this year is made up of 5 events covering 130 miles raising funds for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) justgiving.com/craigwaugh1. I’ve already completed the Manchester Marathon and Yorkshire Three Peaks… Read more »

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  • Main events 2016

    Type 1 Diabetes and running 130 miles over 5 events

    It’s been a while….. It’s been a while since my last blog and I know it’s long overdue, life kind of just took over these past few months (in a good way). The twins are now 10 months old and our little three year old is a typical bundle of energy plus work has got… Read more »

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  • Becoming a Type 1 Diabetic Multi-marathoner, CGM, xDrip and Nightscout

    I’m a Multi-marathoner! Success! I can now call myself a multi-marathoner! Granted I’ve only ran two marathons but hey, it’s more than one and there’ll be more to come. It’s also major progress towards my Iron Man triathlon ambition. It’s been a while since my last blog update, mainly down to having to focus on… Read more »

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  • York 10k photo

    Type 1 diabetes, peer support and smashing my 10k PB!

    Event 1 of 3, smashing my 10k PB! One event down, two to go this year! And it ended with a massive PB! I’ll explain a bit about how I did it with type 1 diabetes later in this blog. I recently ran the first of my three events this year, the York 10k (the… Read more »

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  • Edinburgh Marathon – Joanne Gemie Guest Blog

    Intro My name is Joanne Gemie and I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 7. Oh, I’ve just completed something I never thought I would, the Edinburgh Marathon, 26.2 miles (plus the training) with type 1 diabetes! Here’s a brief history of my journey to marathon….. Rowing I don’t really remember… Read more »

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  • Newborn Twins, Sleep Deprivation and becoming a Team BG Ambassador!

    THE TWINS HAVE ARRIVED!…. …… and don’t I know it. Mabel and Monty arrived on Friday 5th June 2015 safe and well. We’re just over one week into becoming parents for the second and third time with just 11 minutes between second and third children. Mabel and Monty join our 2 year old George and… Read more »

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  • The Journey So Far

    The Journey So Far….

    Firstly please forgive the really long post, I’ve been thinking of starting this blog for some time so had quite a lot of stuff to update you with. Please stick with me, I’m going to need you on this epic journey! Pre-T1D I have actually spent most of my life without type 1 or indeed… Read more »

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