About me, huh? Well, I’m Andrew Dalgleish, a 29 year old software engineer living in Edinburgh, Scotland.
I’m a keen runner and orienteer and thought I should document my racing experiences, especially now that I am coming back from a period of inactivity due to various injuries (Sept 2010).
As a volunteer I do a lot of work for Orienteering in Scotland, mostly now for my home club, ESOC. For ESOC I am currently the webmaster and I do a lot of event timing related things. In 2010 I set up o-results.net for the Park World Tour event in September and it was also very successfully used at the JEC2010 event. This blog focuses on my running and orienteering.
I keep a training diary in an attempt to not get fat and lazy, for this I use the wonderful Attackpoint, you can find my diary there. It’s a site built by and aimed at orienteers but you could use it for pretty much any sporting activity.
I realise I have used the word ‘I’ a lot on this page. Well, it’s about me, so duh. Also, I’m not the most grammatically precise person ever, so you’ll just have to live with it