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  • Ollie retains Ranelagh Richmond 10K

    19 JUN

    Richmond 10k start 2019

    Ranelagh Harriers have been running since 1881 so they know how to put on a race. Ranelagh Harriers' Richmond 10K started in 1981 as the Dysart Dash as part of the club's centenary celebrations and is now an annual sell out with 600 competitors.

  • Is it to time to graduate to Great Bristol Half Marathon?

    18 JUN

    runners heading towards Clifton Suspension Bridge

    13,000 runners completed the west of England's flagship race, the Simplyhealth Great Bristol 10K in May. Now a large percentage of those finishers are upping their game and getting the summer miles in ahead of the second half of the Great Bristol double, the half marathon on 15 September.

  • 65,000 already keen to run London Landmarks Half Marathon

    18 JUN

    Mike Odd in London Landmarks Half 2018

    Mike Odd (#12920 above) powers up with high fives on his way to 1:54:16 around the midpoint in a field of more than 12,000 in last year's London Landmarks Half Marathon. runABC South have been informed that the ballot for the 2020 event opens today (Tuesday 18 June) and more than 65,000 people have already registered an interest to run on 29 March.

  • Making mud pies at Pyestock

    16 JUN

    Brutal Pyestock action

    The recent wet weather in the South of England added a certain piquancy to the watery obstacles in the Brutal Run Series event at Pyestock, Hampshire on Saturday (15 June). More than 350 runners were testing the efficiency of their laundry systems after the latest clash with nature that defines the ethos of becoming a 'Brutaleer'.

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