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  • Way To Run Edinburgh

    24 APR

    Steve WayGlasgow 2014 star, Steve Way, will be looking to kick-start his spring racing by competing at Edinburgh Marathon on Sunday 31 May. The 40-year-old captured the imagination of the nation this summer when he completed the journey from a heavy smoking takeaway-addict to Commonwealth Games hero.

  • New Training Group For Men's 10K

    21 APR

    Men's 10KA new group has been set up by West Dunbartonshire AC to help runners prepare for this year's Men's 10K on 21 June. The group will meet weekly (Tuesday - 6.30pm), starting 28 April at the running track in Posties Park in Dumbarton. 

  • PBs Await At Parliament Hill

    20 APR

    Highgate Harriers' Night of the PBsA host of elite runners, including Scotland's Rhona Auckland, have once again committed to next month’s Highgate Harriers Night of the 10,000m PBs. The race, scheduled for 16 May at Parliament HIll, has become renowned as the ideal location to for securing fast times, with many runners using it as a qualifying race. 

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  • The Greatest Run Of All

    17 APR

    Kevin Carr, courtesy of British Red Cross

    Last week I witnessed the greatest sporting achievement I have ever seen. Until Thursday 9 April, it had been Usain Bolt’s astonishing 100m and 200m Olympic double in Beijing 2008.

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