Ben Moreau

Ben Moreau

Bens Profile

Ben had a breakthrough year in 2010, smashing his personal best for the marathon by over 4 minutes with 2.16.46. This qualified him for the European Championships and Commonwealth Games, where he finished 24th and 11th respectively.

Ben would be the first to admit he was not the most naturally talented athlete, but fortunately he found that he could train himself to be a very good one. Despite a full-time job in advertising he manages to focus on specific targets, without losing his sense of perspective or humour. He runs up to 120 miles a week, and is very grateful that his work allow him to be flexible with his time!

He has been involved in competitive running since his first school cross-country race aged 11, where he was 103rd at the county-championships, and has improved steadily ever since. He runs for Aldershot, Farnham and District, and is now based in Sydney, Australia.

"My current goals include qualfying for major Championships in 2014, and reaching my marathon potential!"

He is sponsored by ASICS and is extremely grateful for their support.

Career Highlights

  • Representing Great Britain at the World University Cross Country Championships
  • Representing England numerous times
  • 24th at the 2010 European Championships Marathon
  • 11th at 2010 Commonwealth Games Marathon
  • 11th in 2010 London Marathon

Bens Stats

Personal Bests

  • 1500 M Track 3:51s
  • 3 KM Track 8:02s
  • 5 KM Track 14:09s
  • 10 KM Track 28:40s
  • 10 KM Road 29:40s
  • Half Marathon Road 63.59s
  • Marathon Road 2:15.52s
  • 10 M Road 49:30s

Training Sessions

Race Schedule

World Half-Marathon Championsh

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This race was a strange one for me in a couple of ways. Firstly it's very hard to reconcile a World Championsh hampionships, representing Great Britain, with also thinking of this race as a stepping stone to SumRead more

New South Wales 5,000m State C

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Myself and Ken had targeted this race as my first race back after Fukuoka and I expected to be pretty fit afte fit after 6 weeks of decent training. As the race drew closer I was actually reluctant to race afteRead more

Athlete Blog

Toying with Change

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An athlete is always looking for ways to improve their PBs, and I also think that when you get to the latter s ages of your career you need to mix things up a bit just to stay interested and motivated. I've had Read more

Ready for Fukuoka

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Hi all, I haven't blogged much in the past few weeks, but that's mainly down to having been just getting the t aining done. Since my lastrace at the Adelaide City to Bay I had an easier week and then built up toRead more

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