We are creatures of habit, runners more so than most! You're most likely to find Colin pulling on his trainers and hitting the road (or trail) on a weekday. He tends to go for long runs on a Monday or a Thursday and works out on a Tuesday or a Monday. Also, Colin is an evening runner, heading out when the sun is starting to set.
In the last year Colin has been on 243 runs, covering a total of 1,121 miles over 172 hours, with a longest running streak of 5 days. If he keeps clocking up this mileage he'll have run round the world in 22 years. We'd classify Colin as a running addict, clocking up a significant mileage over the year. During these runs he has climbed 55,332 feet, that's the equivalent of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro three times (but without the risk of volcanic activity)
Here's Colin's running schedule over the past year, coloured by the type of run:
Longer runs in blue, and speedier sessions in black, and all the other hours spent plodding the streets in orange.
Colin's runs receive an average of 9 kudos from his 112 friends and followers. His stand-out run for the year was Morning miles which received 28 kudos.
You're most likely to find Colin hitting the road in Whitley Bay, which is where he spends 89% of his time running. However he's also been spotted in Swinton and Loweswater. There are also rumoured sightings of Colin in the more far-flung location of London.
You'll find Colin snapping the occasional picture while on a run. Here are a few of the 22 photo's he's taken this year:
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