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  • 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.

  • Making Plans For Nigel

    20 JAN

    Nigel BargeOne of Scotland’s oldest races, the Nigel Barge Memorial 10K, returns on Sunday (22 January). The race, first held in 1943, is organised by one of Glasgow’s oldest athletics clubs, Maryhill Harriers, and commemorates Nigel Barge who was killed in Dunkirk during World War II.

  • Hollins Enters Dreamland With Spine Victory

    19 JAN

    Tom Hollins

    The 2017 edition of the Montane Spine Race has turned into one of the most enthralling to date with Tom Hollins, winner of last year’s Spine Challenger making a resounding step-up to claim victory. Hollins (pictured) gained an unassailable lead after passing Pavel Paloncý and Eugeni Roselló at the final checkpoint; the previous champions were asleep, unaware the British runner was about to make a decisive and title-winning move.

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  • Taking The Muick

    23 JAN

    Loch MuickOne of my favourite runs ever goes around Loch Muick (pronounced Loch Mick), writes Sarah Briggs.  It’s been the first one of any distance that I’ve done after having each of my children; it’s the one I always intend to do when I visit Aberdeen; and even when I was pregnant with child no. 3 and just couldn’t run, I went for a walk up there.

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