AGM 2021

The club AGM took place on Saturday 11th December in London and virtually via Zoom. Thank you to everyone who attended, either in person or online. You can find the full minutes of the meeting at  https://www.facebook.com/groups/BadBoyRunningClub/files A good year for the club overall. Brief summary: Members: Target for end of 2022 is to get to...

Book Review

Another entirely non-running related BBRC Book Club must-have The reviews alone confirm that this book is the perfect literary companion for BBRC: 'Witty and intriguing title: A+, Living up to the title: C-' 'The characters are unlikable, the 'drunk' jokes are overused and tiring. The story itself is just stupid. Having said all that, it was still...

Robinson on the Rampage

James Robinson's SVN Orc Rampage Whilst I have been a member of BBRC since the start of the year, my running was limited to anything up to a half-marathon (and sports involving cheat-machines or combining cheat-machines with running and very occasionally swimming). It was time to try something a bit longer (well at least for me)....

Love Hurts

In May's edition, we featured Nikki's mission to complete 100 marathons in 100 days. Anyone following Nikki's adventure will know that things didn't go according to plan. Nikki has very kindly given us a Badger exclusive update on what went on. May 1st started off well at Colwick Park, Nottingham. I was only 15 minutes late...

Chris Foulds – NDW 100

A long time ago (actually my first office job) I had a manager who used swearing as punctuation.  She did a presentation to our IT contractors when they were doing design work to replace a key system, and was unsurprisingly asked not to swear by senior managers.  She made it all the way to the...

Official BBRC Book Club Monthly Book Review

As the professional shit-stirrer who started all these book club shenanigans, D. H. Laurence Baldwin (not pictured) has finally done something useful with his evil genius and produced a totally relevant and insightful book review. Enjoy! Book Review: "Feed Zone Portables" Every now and again these lovely looking jam rice cakes pop up tagged with #feedzoneportables...

A lesson in timed poos

BBRC's resident fecalpheliac Ross Hay's account of his 'backyard movements'.... The 25th June saw me at the starting line of my first Backyard Ultra at Witikon in Zurich. I had totally nailed the preparation for this; a good training block, permanent marker on my arm with differing pace times to complete each loop, ziplock bags...

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