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  • Impressed At Trailfest

    21 OCT

    Some of the biggest names in the UK trail running scene were ‘Building the Dream’ at the second Glasgow Trailfest at Mugdock Park last Saturday (15 October). Morning sessions ranged from runs led by Debbie Martin-Consani (Centurion Running), and Marco Consani (Inov-8 and Mountain Fuel), to Casey Morgan (Compressport), James Stewart (Hoka and Team Pyllon) and Mark Russell (Kirdaka Yoga and Lululemon) hosting strength and conditioning, speedwork and yoga respectively.

  • Firefighter Blazes Through Marathon Challenge

    20 OCT

    Stephen BurnsA firefighter from Glasgow has completed his challenge of running 11 marathons in 11 days – travelling from John O’Groats to Glasgow. Stephen Burns started the challenge on Monday 3 October and completed it on Thursday 13 October, raising funds for Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.

  • Weir Going To Stirling

    19 OCT

    Paulette WeirExcitement is building for the inaugural Stirling Scottish Marathon on 21 May 2017 with a surge of entries for the event. One entrant is American Paulette Weir, who will be running in her first marathon on Scottish soil.

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  • The Real Role Models

    19 OCT

    Not all world records are made equal, writes Chris Broadbent. Some merit greater celebration than others. Usain Bolt’s 9.59 for 100m can be compared favourably with Ann Atkins world record collection of gnomes, for example.

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