Liz is a two time Olympic Marathon runner and Commonwealth Games medalist. She was the first British finisher at the Athens Olympic Marathon and lead the Beijing Olympic Marathon for the first 10miles before being tripped, falling and breaking a rib. Showing true courage Liz still ran 2hrs 33 mins to finish the race. Liz was the top European finisher in the 2008 World Cross Country Championships and has won the National cross country championships 4 times.
Liz is more than an elite runner though. She is a coach to runners of all abilities - from women who think they can't run, through to aspiring Olympians. She is an ambassador for Lucozade Sport and adidas. Liz is the author the book 'the Woman's Guide to Running' (Hamyln, 2006) and a regular contributor to health, fitness and running magazines and a speaker at schools, corporate events and shows.
Here you'll be able to find out about Liz's racing programme, her results, her training and some of her thoughts about coaching to help you run faster, stronger and happier!