Keeping track of my distance data.

Distance by foot (miles)

Note: Only partial distance data exists for 2009.

Elevation gain (metres)

Note: No elevation data exists before 2012, no running elevation data exists before 2015, and only partial running data exists for 2015.

Total distances (miles)

Note: Only partial distance data exists for 2009.

Year in review


Another year of the Pandemic so not exactly great. But, for the first time in several years, I increased my mileage on foot compared to the previous year which I’m quite happy with. And I’m not ending the year injured again.

Data in full: 2021


I don’t think I really need to explain how this year didn’t go according to plan. One positive of this year is that I started running again in April, the drawback of this is that I end the year injured once again, hopefully not for so long this time.

Data in full: 2020


The year started so well, running further and faster than I had in years. Unfortunately, unbeknownst to me, I’d picked up a stress fracture in my left shin in December 2018. I continued running until a swelling finally got painful enough to warrant finding out what was going on in July and that’s when I stopped running and reduced my walking. And that’s how I spent the rest of my year, waiting, frustrated.

Data in full: 2019


Things just carried on as they were until I had to reduce everything after collapsing due to exhaustion. Not a great way to spend the day and it made me feel terrible for the rest of the year.

Data in full: 2018


The year of upheavals; moved out of Winchester, left Intermedia, joined We Make Websites and moved to London.

Data in full: 2017


Got my first car at the beginning of the year which spelt the end for regular train commutes.

Data in full: 2016


Went full-time at Intermedia and moved out of my parent’s house which made the commute even easier. But with less free time my running mileage started diminishing.

Data in full: 2015


The best day of walking I’ve ever had; 1 April 2014, 22 miles, 12 mountains climbed, a bit of snow on the ground and beautiful sunshine. Also the first time I visited the Lake District by myself.

Data in full: 2014


My best year of running; long runs on Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday with a swim Thursday afternoon. Although I’ve never reached the same mileage I’ve run faster and for longer in a single go since.

Data in full: 2013


Intermedia moved to Eastleigh which was a much easier commute using public transport.

Data in full: 2012


The year of the commute. Began the year with a short term contract at Rocket Base in Worthing, spending more time on the bus and train than I did working. Later I started part-time at Intermedia which was based in Braishfield; a 35 mile round trip when I didn’t own a car, many thanks to my parents. Also discovered Wainwright which gave me something to aim for when in the Lake District.

Data in full: 2011


My first visit to the Lake District as an adult, I finally found something worth walking for.

Data in full: 2010


Last year of University when I started tracking my distances using Google Earth and Maps to calculate everything (no Fitbit back then). Coincidentally the 1.2 mile per day average was the distance from where I lived to the University campus. Many days I didn’t even leave the house. I only started tracking from part way through the year.

Data in full: 2009