Welcome to Runsweet.com
Helping athletes with diabetes to be winners!
Thank you all for the great feedback about the site. We now boast the widest sports content for people with diabetes on the web. we are now getting more than 30000 visits per month and are top in searches on Google. You continue to test the limits of what is possible, and have submitted great new content. Keep visiting. If you want to post any content, mail it to us. Our forum is also very popular. We now also have a Facebook page.
There is some great new content on the site, and soon, we will be presenting an the JDRF internationally designed PEAK program to train healthcare providers on the management of diabetes and sport. As PEAK Diabetes is comlpeted, the advice on Runsweet will be synchronized with JDRF PEAK, and we will continue to have amazing content from people with T1DM.
Sir Steven Redgrave is the inspiration for our clinical service, research and this website. It is not possible to overstate his contribution to improving the aspiration and well being of people with T1DM. He tells us- "When I was first diagnosed in 1997 my immediate reaction was that I would have to stop training – I’m glad to be able to say I was wrong – it is possible to train at a high level as a diabetic and succeed" Find out how he managed his diabetes to win his historic 5th Gold
We have a new video on Top level Fencing by Will Deary
Some great news from Animas
Animas has agreed to continue and expand the diabetes weekend sports camp at Loughborough University, and we just had the amzing May camp, with then next in October 2016. We will post dates and application process on the site when confirmed, but keep visiting, as the places go quickly. Video of 2014 camp is here
He has done it again! Rod Riddell's Marathon des Sables adventure with T1 DM
Major new focus on pump treatment and how to use your pump with exercise. New focus on guidelines for safe exercise.
You can download the Jephcott Medal Symposium lecture with Sir Steven Redgrave, on the topic: "Olympic Diabetes: What have we learned over the last decade?". Slides from his talk can be downloaded in PowerPoint and PDF formats. We also have some images of the award in our Gallery section.
Dr Gallen has also published a book aimed at medical professionals. More details can be found on our new Publications page.
Do you have problems with your diabetes and sport? If so ask your G.P. or consultant to refer you to our specialized diabetes and sport clinic at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading.Welcome to our Website