What is the difference between a "path", a "trail", a "way, and a "walk"? And why does everyone say they are from "Great Britain" when there is not a country called that? It's a little different over the pond - listen to Tim explain it all - coming from the birthplace of trail running.
"When the Romans arrived, they built trails starting right at the sea, and going east to west across the country. It was their road system. They are called National Trails, are still here, and you can still run them, two thousand years later."
- Age: 39 ( soon)
- City of residence: Southill, UK
- Work/Occupation: Operations Managers for a Sports Education Company, Sports Tutor, Trail Run Guide and Events.
- Running Highlights: Ran 215k of the Chiltern Way Footpath for Charity, Ran the London Marathon before I switched to Trails, I'm currently training for my first Mountain Marathon in Sweden.
- FKT Highlights: None so far, when I did the Chiltern Way it took me 72 hours with two nights but It wasn't a record attempt as someone has already done it in 33 hours!
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