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  • Bend It Like Josef

    24 JAN

    Pilates master classrunABC South reporter, Alan Newman, joined 30 keen RunTogether Leaders for a 'Pilates for runners' master class in Crawley on Sunday (22 January), led by chartered physiotherapist and APPI Pilates Instructor and Master Trainer, Dawn Buoy of the Body Rehab Studio, Hove. 
  • Gulf Lesson

    23 JAN

    Gerry and Michael CraigAn early morning start saw Ethiopian athletes dominate in the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon last Friday (20 January). Tamirat Tola broke the course record in 2.04.11, to become the third fastest Ethiopian of all time, and set the ninth fastest marathon time on record.

  • Lidl Extras At Kingston Breakfast Run

    23 JAN

    Kingston Breakfast Run actionThe Lidl Kingston Breakfast Run website offers: 'three distances and the best goody bag in the business'. If you would like a Lidl extra in your post race pick-up, just mark your diary for Sunday, 26 March and enter the 8.2, 16.2 or 20.1 mile pre-London challenge of your choice.  

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  • It's Fun Being A Fan

    18 JAN

    As a runner, it’s not often I go along to watch races, writes Chris Broadbent. When I go to events, I am almost always taking part in them. But on the occasions I do go to watch events, I always enjoy them much more than expected. I had that experience most recently at the Exeter First Chance 10k.

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