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  • Callum and Mo Set For London Showdown

    21 NOV

    There will be a battle of Britain’s two fastest half marathon runners when Sir Mo Farah and Callum Hawkins go head-to-head at The Big Half, London’s new half marathon on 4 March, 2018.

  • Don't Be A Snowflake – Own One!

    21 NOV

    London Winter Run bling

    We have heard a lot recently about the so-called snowflake generation. Now is the time for us all to show some resolve and not melt away in the face of adversity because Cancer Research UK London Winter Run 10K is back on Sunday, 4 February 2018.

  • Brighton Rocks To The Beat Of 4,000 Feet

    20 NOV

    Brooks Brighton 10k promo

    Conditions were close to perfect for racing at the Brooks Brighton 10K after Storm Angus had blown last year's event off course. Taking full advantage of the late autumn sunshine were race winners Jonathan Hopkins (Swansea Harriers) and Rebecca Moore (Chichester Runners) as half the top 100 set personal or season's bests.

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  • Running Group Therapy

    15 NOV

    Running Group

    Runners seem to have discovered the magic bullet for improving mental health and wellbeing according to recent findings published by England Athletics. The stress-busting release of the 'feel-good' endorphins experienced through running has long been recognised but the added benefits of running in a group have only just been established.

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