With the Tokyo Marathon now only a couple of weeks away, I really need to step up the pace with my training
My latest Art of Running project saw me back up in Tohoku, the region of Japan so badly hit by the March 11th earthquake and tsunami
Last weekend I travelled to the north-eastern city of Sendai to help out with a one day conference, TEDxTohoku …and to run
This morning I ran the new symbol of the city – Tokyo Sky Tree. At 634m it’s the tallest tower in the world, and the second tallest structure in the world今朝、東京の新しいランドマーク「東京スカイツリー」をGPSで書きました。本物のスカイツリー付近から開始して、５キロ以上南方面に走った
It’s about time my name was on the map, and if no-one else is going to put it there I’ll just have to do it myself.
Showing my appreciation for Steve Jobs as he steps down as CEO of Apple, shortly before his death.
Tonight’s art-of-running piece was designed on the train home, and was one of those that just kind of presented itself
On April 22nd 2011 I undertook the longest Art of Running challenge that I had attempted: a 50km heart around the city
This morning I had the idea to celebrate the popularity of Google+ amongst my Japanese and non-Japanese friends here in Tokyo
A rash promise made during a public presentation resulted in my having to tackle a symbol of Japanese cuteness
I’ve been back out this morning to create the third in my series of GPS-trail art, a 15km Twitter Bird
In a bid to distract myself from the psychological barriers I encounter when running over 12km, I’ve started a new project – The Art of Running