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21 Jan 19
IT'S A HILL, GET OVER IT

I have always have a high regard for endurance runners, but a couple of things recently have seriously increased my respect for those that ‘run far’. Firstly, I was working with ultra runner Damian Hall at a speaking event the other day, introducing him and compering the Q&A session. I knew a little of his […]

21 Jan 19
TV Bracket Installation Services

Jasmin Paris, a British ultrarunner, just made history by completely smashing the course record for the Montane Spine Race. And she did it while continuing to express milk for her 14-month-old child. With a time of 83 hours and 12 minutes, Paris not only became the first woman to ever win the race, but she […]

21 Jan 19
TV Bracket Installation Services

Jasmin Paris, a British ultrarunner, just made history by completely smashing the course record for the Montane Spine Race. And she did it while continuing to express milk for her 14-month-old child. With a time of 83 hours and 12 minutes, Paris not only became the first woman to ever win the race, but she […]

20 Jan 19
TV Bracket Installation Services

Jasmin Paris, a British ultrarunner, just made history by completely smashing the course record for the Montane Spine Race. And she did it while continuing to express milk for her 14-month-old child. With a time of 83 hours and 12 minutes, Paris not only became the first woman to ever win the race, but she […]

19 Jan 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Jasmin Paris, a British ultrarunner, just made history by completely smashing the course record for the Montane Spine Race. And she did it while continuing to express milk for her 14-month-old child. With a time of 83 hours and 12 minutes, Paris not only became the first woman to ever win the race, but she […]

19 Jan 19
The Sun
WHILE running 286 miles in an ultra marathon dubbed ‘Britain’s most brutal’ would be a feat for anyone – a new mum has just completed one while expressing breast milk for her 14-month-old baby. Jasmin Paris – who this week completed the Montane Spine Race in the North Pennines faster than any man or woman in the competition’s history – revealed that hiking with her daughter on her back helped her train for the gruelling race. A mum has won a 286-mile race while expressing milk for her 14-month-old daughter The 35-year-old from Midlothian, who is also the first ever woman to cross the finish line first, set a new record of 83 hours and 12 minutes after beating Irishman Eion Keith’s previous record by 12 hours five minutes. This was despite stopping off at checkpoints throughout the course to ensure her little girl was well fed. And Jasmin managed all this despite only three hours sleep as she travelled through the mountain tops of northern England for the race that is widely thought of as one of the world’s toughest endurance challenges. She was pictured grinning as she was reunited with her daughter at the finish line. The star runner stopped off to pump milk at check points along the route Jasmin Paris completed the Montane Spine Race – considered ‘Britain’s most brutal’ and one of the toughest endurance competitions in the world – in the northern Pennines Speaking to BBC Scotland, Jasmin said: “I had thought I would have stopped breast feeding by this point and tried when Rowan was one, but over Christmas she got two viruses and I had to go back to feeding her multiple times throughout the night to soothe her. “Although my milk production diminished throughout the race, I did express at four out of the five checkpoints.” However, Jasmin also revealed the struggle of being away from her little one during the race. She said: “The first night was the hardest for me mentally because I was away from my daughter, but as the race went on it got easier as I got used to being away from her.” The 35-year-old Midlothian woman was the fastest competitor ever with her 83 hour 12 minute time setting a new record Jasmin was reunited with her baby girl Rowan at the end of the race After her victory, the vet – who took time out of her PhD at the University of Edinburgh to take part – took to Twitter to share: “Huge thank you to everyone for the kind words, it’s been an incredible week. “Big credit to @Ultra_Damo for coaching me back to form, team @inov_8 for the support, and my wonderful family who made it possible!” Huge thank you to everyone for the kind words, it's been an incredible week. Big credit to @Ultra_Damo for coaching me back to form, team @inov_8 for the support, and my wonderful family who made it possible! — Jasmin Paris (@JasminKParis) January 18, 2019 She revealed she hiked with her baby on her back to train for the race Jasmin was also praised by her sponsor, inov-8, who tweeted pictures of the mum holding her daughter after winning. They wrote: “She did it! @JasminKParis reunited with her one-year-old daughter after becoming first-ever woman to win @TheSpineRace.” The moment #inov8 ultra-runner @JasminKParis was reunited with her baby daughter at the end of her record breaking 83-hour run to win @TheSpineRace Rowan is 14 months old and the incredible Jasmin expressed milk for her at checkpoints during the race 👉 https://t.co/YVk11hqeIe pic.twitter.com/fimXn2wYEF — inov-8 (@inov_8) January 17, 2019 She did it! @JasminKParis reunited with her one-year-old daughter after becoming first-ever woman to win @TheSpineRace. She also obliterated both the mens and women’s course records. Her finishing time for the 268-mile course was 83hrs 12mins.#inov8 #GetAGrip #spinerace pic.twitter.com/2BSav1odKc — inov-8 (@inov_8) January 16, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] We recently told you how a first-time mum revealed how breastfeeding left her with agonising sepsis. The previous month, Chrissy Teigen hit back at a troll who shamed her for not breastfeeding her son. [bc_video video_id=”5717663668001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ferne McCann breast feeds baby Sunday while getting her make-up done for the National TV Awards 2018″]
19 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
WHILE running 286 miles in an ultra marathon dubbed ‘Britain’s most brutal’ would be a feat for anyone – a new mum has just completed one while expressing breast milk for her 14-month-old baby. Jasmin Paris – who this week completed the Montane Spine Race in the North Pennines faster than any man or woman in the competition’s history – revealed that hiking with her daughter on her back helped her train for the gruelling race. A mum has won a 286-mile race while expressing milk for her 14-month-old daughter The 35-year-old from Midlothian, who is also the first ever woman to cross the finish line first, set a new record of 83 hours and 12 minutes after beating Irishman Eion Keith’s previous record by 12 hours five minutes. This was despite stopping off at checkpoints throughout the course to ensure her little girl was well fed. And Jasmin managed all this despite only three hours sleep as she travelled through the mountain tops of northern England for the race that is widely thought of as one of the world’s toughest endurance challenges. She was pictured grinning as she was reunited with her daughter at the finish line. The star runner stopped off to pump milk at check points along the route Jasmin Paris completed the Montane Spine Race – considered ‘Britain’s most brutal’ and one of the toughest endurance competitions in the world – in the northern Pennines Speaking to BBC Scotland, Jasmin said: “I had thought I would have stopped breast feeding by this point and tried when Rowan was one, but over Christmas she got two viruses and I had to go back to feeding her multiple times throughout the night to soothe her. “Although my milk production diminished throughout the race, I did express at four out of the five checkpoints.” However, Jasmin also revealed the struggle of being away from her little one during the race. She said: “The first night was the hardest for me mentally because I was away from my daughter, but as the race went on it got easier as I got used to being away from her.” The 35-year-old Midlothian woman was the fastest competitor ever with her 83 hour 12 minute time setting a new record Jasmin was reunited with her baby girl Rowan at the end of the race After her victory, the vet – who took time out of her PhD at the University of Edinburgh to take part – took to Twitter to share: “Huge thank you to everyone for the kind words, it’s been an incredible week. “Big credit to @Ultra_Damo for coaching me back to form, team @inov_8 for the support, and my wonderful family who made it possible!” Huge thank you to everyone for the kind words, it's been an incredible week. Big credit to @Ultra_Damo for coaching me back to form, team @inov_8 for the support, and my wonderful family who made it possible! — Jasmin Paris (@JasminKParis) January 18, 2019 She revealed she hiked with her baby on her back to train for the race Jasmin was also praised by her sponsor, inov-8, who tweeted pictures of the mum holding her daughter after winning. They wrote: “She did it! @JasminKParis reunited with her one-year-old daughter after becoming first-ever woman to win @TheSpineRace.” The moment #inov8 ultra-runner @JasminKParis was reunited with her baby daughter at the end of her record breaking 83-hour run to win @TheSpineRace Rowan is 14 months old and the incredible Jasmin expressed milk for her at checkpoints during the race 👉 https://t.co/YVk11hqeIe pic.twitter.com/fimXn2wYEF — inov-8 (@inov_8) January 17, 2019 She did it! @JasminKParis reunited with her one-year-old daughter after becoming first-ever woman to win @TheSpineRace. She also obliterated both the mens and women’s course records. Her finishing time for the 268-mile course was 83hrs 12mins.#inov8 #GetAGrip #spinerace pic.twitter.com/2BSav1odKc — inov-8 (@inov_8) January 16, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] We recently told you how a first-time mum revealed how breastfeeding left her with agonising sepsis. The previous month, Chrissy Teigen hit back at a troll who shamed her for not breastfeeding her son. [bc_video video_id=”5717663668001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ferne McCann breast feeds baby Sunday while getting her make-up done for the National TV Awards 2018″]
19 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
WHILE running 286 miles in an ultra marathon dubbed ‘Britain’s most brutal’ would be a feat for anyone – a new mum has just completed one while expressing breast milk for her 14-month-old baby. Jasmin Paris – who this week completed the Montane Spine Race in the North Pennines faster than any man or woman in the competition’s history – revealed that hiking with her daughter on her back helped her train for the gruelling race. A mum has won a 286-mile race while expressing milk for her 14-month-old daughter The 35-year-old from Midlothian, who is also the first ever woman to cross the finish line first, set a new record of 83 hours and 12 minutes after beating Irishman Eion Keith’s previous record by 12 hours five minutes. This was despite stopping off at checkpoints throughout the course to ensure her little girl was well fed. And Jasmin managed all this despite only three hours sleep as she travelled through the mountain tops of northern England for the race that is widely thought of as one of the world’s toughest endurance challenges. She was pictured grinning as she was reunited with her daughter at the finish line. The star runner stopped off to pump milk at check points along the route Jasmin Paris completed the Montane Spine Race – considered ‘Britain’s most brutal’ and one of the toughest endurance competitions in the world – in the northern Pennines Speaking to BBC Scotland, Jasmin said: “I had thought I would have stopped breast feeding by this point and tried when Rowan was one, but over Christmas she got two viruses and I had to go back to feeding her multiple times throughout the night to soothe her. “Although my milk production diminished throughout the race, I did express at four out of the five checkpoints.” However, Jasmin also revealed the struggle of being away from her little one during the race. She said: “The first night was the hardest for me mentally because I was away from my daughter, but as the race went on it got easier as I got used to being away from her.” The 35-year-old Midlothian woman was the fastest competitor ever with her 83 hour 12 minute time setting a new record Jasmin was reunited with her baby girl Rowan at the end of the race After her victory, the vet – who took time out of her PhD at the University of Edinburgh to take part – took to Twitter to share: “Huge thank you to everyone for the kind words, it’s been an incredible week. “Big credit to @Ultra_Damo for coaching me back to form, team @inov_8 for the support, and my wonderful family who made it possible!” Huge thank you to everyone for the kind words, it's been an incredible week. Big credit to @Ultra_Damo for coaching me back to form, team @inov_8 for the support, and my wonderful family who made it possible! — Jasmin Paris (@JasminKParis) January 18, 2019 She revealed she hiked with her baby on her back to train for the race Jasmin was also praised by her sponsor, inov-8, who tweeted pictures of the mum holding her daughter after winning. They wrote: “She did it! @JasminKParis reunited with her one-year-old daughter after becoming first-ever woman to win @TheSpineRace.” The moment #inov8 ultra-runner @JasminKParis was reunited with her baby daughter at the end of her record breaking 83-hour run to win @TheSpineRace Rowan is 14 months old and the incredible Jasmin expressed milk for her at checkpoints during the race 👉 https://t.co/YVk11hqeIe pic.twitter.com/fimXn2wYEF — inov-8 (@inov_8) January 17, 2019 She did it! @JasminKParis reunited with her one-year-old daughter after becoming first-ever woman to win @TheSpineRace. She also obliterated both the mens and women’s course records. Her finishing time for the 268-mile course was 83hrs 12mins.#inov8 #GetAGrip #spinerace pic.twitter.com/2BSav1odKc — inov-8 (@inov_8) January 16, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] We recently told you how a first-time mum revealed how breastfeeding left her with agonising sepsis. The previous month, Chrissy Teigen hit back at a troll who shamed her for not breastfeeding her son. [bc_video video_id=”5717663668001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ferne McCann breast feeds baby Sunday while getting her make-up done for the National TV Awards 2018″]
18 Jan 19
Verrückt im positiven Sinn

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18 Jan 19
Running Scared

Digested read: Smilestastic again, I’m not signed up, but ironically, it’s still working its magic and getting me out running more.  Penguin challenge took me to woodrun for example.  Lovely! Undigested read: (you may need a resolve sachet to settle your stomach afterwards) It’s that time of year again.  This keeps happening.  What can you […]

17 Jan 19
Outsiding Fun & Fitness

Jasmin Paris became the first woman to win the 268-mile Montane Spine Race—and she set a new course record by more than 12 hours in the process. [embedded content] The Toughest Mother Runner Around The Montane Spine Race is an icy 268-mile ultramarathon that takes place one week each January in the United Kingdom’s mountainous […]

17 Jan 19
James Mackeddie

This year’s Spine Race has been different from recent years. The countless snow drifts are absent, instead this mild (let’s use that term cautiously) January has instead given more spring/autumnal weather. However, much like the OMM, the Spine Race has an ability to conjure up the worst weather that the British Isles can summon on command, […]

17 Jan 19
BBC Newslight

By mr ben rory A Midlothian mother who expressed milk for her baby during a 268-mile race along the Pennine Way has broken the course record by more than 12 hours. Jasmin Paris, 35, completed the Montane Spine Race – from Derbyshire to the Scottish borders – in 83 hours, 12 minutes and 23 seconds. The […]