I have had so many ups and downs in the last month or so. My 10 mile training plan showed an issue with my old trainers (uk gear pt 03) with a bad blister at distances over 6 miles. New gait analysis and new neutral shoes (nike pegasus) which were great for no blisters but my ankle really started to ache through my runs, not bad to start with but getting progressively worse. Got to my 10 mile goal and was hoping to keep that distance but my ankle has limited my mileage. Switched back to my old trainers and ankle was miffed but it passed by and i did 5.5 miles ok. Today a debut run in my newly exchanged trainers (brooks ravenna 8 stability) and my ankle was miffed but it did pass again and I covered 5 miles. So far new shoes are better than the neutral nike Pegasus for me. So my ankle has become an issue with a bony ache between 0.8 and 2 miles where it feels weak to bring my foot up. If it is an ache I can run through it but with the pegasus it was so painful that I had to stop. It does not hurt/ache walking or at any other time. I had a ?fracture to that ankle as a child and jarred it badly in March. It is clunky too. I will be seeing my gp this week so will mention it. I do not want to hang up my new trainers!!! I have progressed so well this year that I want to keep that up. Darn those gremlins.