Patrick Blennerhassett quit drinking six months ago in a bid to hit a personal best at February’s Hong Kong Marathon. The journey has become monumental. Photo: Antony Dickson Patrick Blennerhassett quit drinking six months ago in a bid to hit a personal best at February’s Hong Kong Marathon. The journey has become monumental. Photo: Antony Dickson
Patrick Blennerhassett quit drinking six months ago in a bid to hit a personal best at February’s Hong Kong Marathon. The journey has become monumental. Photo: Antony Dickson
Patrick Blennerhassett
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The Runner by Patrick Blennerhassett

The road to the 2020 Hong Kong Marathon: sobriety, clarity, setbacks and lots of running

  • What started as a physical challenge has turned into a massive life change for SCMP journalist

Patrick Blennerhassett quit drinking six months ago in a bid to hit a personal best at February’s Hong Kong Marathon. The journey has become monumental. Photo: Antony Dickson Patrick Blennerhassett quit drinking six months ago in a bid to hit a personal best at February’s Hong Kong Marathon. The journey has become monumental. Photo: Antony Dickson
Patrick Blennerhassett quit drinking six months ago in a bid to hit a personal best at February’s Hong Kong Marathon. The journey has become monumental. Photo: Antony Dickson
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Patrick Blennerhassett

Patrick Blennerhassett

Patrick Blennerhassett is an award-winning Canadian journalist and four-time published author. He is a Jack Webster Fellowship winner and a British Columbia bestselling novelist. He has covered sport for the Post since 2018.