When I run, I think. I think about work and play, about family and friends, about life and love. And after the mountains of miles I’ve clocked up, I’ve come to the conclusion that what I’m actually running towards is to simply be the best that I can be. When I say best, it’s not that I want to be the most well-paid, most beautiful, most famous, most successful person the world has ever made. When I say best, it means I want to be as good and as kind, as fast and as fit, as loving and as caring as I, Moire can be.
To be your best takes patience and time. Running for me is one of those realms where I can find the stamina and courage, the endurance and discipline needed to be the best that is truly me.