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  • 10 in 10 Team Announced For 10th Anniversary

    25 NOV

    Brathay 10 in 10In May next year, 14 hardy competitors will test their powers of endurance to compete in what renowned adventurer Bear Grylls termed as 'an epic challenge that will require an epic strength of mind', the Brathay 10 in 10. Conformation of the runners taking part comes shortly after race organisers announced that, in recognition of the 10 year anniversary celebrations, the 2016 event will play host to a half marathon.

  • Freya’s Recipe For Success

    24 NOV

    Freya RossScottish distance runner Freya Ross has written a recipe book to give an insight into the eating habits of a full-time athlete. The 32-year-old has called the book Food on the Run and it will be released on 27 November.

  • Record Forecast For Malta

    23 NOV

    Malta runnersFollowing a record number of participants at this year’s Malta Marathon and Half Marathon, organisers are already predicting the 2016 event to be even bigger. Next year’s event will be held on Sunday 28 February. 

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  • Does Doping Affect Grass Roots?

    25 NOV

    Spencer Matthew

    Am I being naive? Is doping a problem consigned to elite level sport or is this a serious issue at grass roots too?

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