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is a 112 page colour publication packed with information about running in Scotland, including:

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  • where to find Scotland's specialist running shops

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  • Honouring The Miracle Workers

    22 JUN

    Claire and Grant Kelly have always flown solo when taking on the epic challenge of running 26.2 miles. That will change at this year’s Baxters Loch Ness Marathon though as the husband and wife will complete their next marathon journey side by side in honour of their baby daughter and the team of medics who have brought her back from the brink of death three times.

  • Midnight Sun Goes Missing In Tromsø

    22 JUN

    Midnight Sun Marathon

    Nearly 5,000 runners from around 50 nations travelled to the Arctic city of Tromsø, Norway to compete in the Midnight Sun Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K on Saturday (17 June). Tromsø is situated above the Arctic Circle at 70 degrees North and is famed as a viewing point for the Northern Lights.

  • Big Apple, Bigger Appeal

    21 JUN

    There is still time to take your place at the startline at the world’s largest marathon – the TCS New York City Marathon. Taking you from Staten Island through the five boroughs of New York to the finish in Central Park, this will be an experience that stays with runners for a lifetime.

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  • Sand In Your Shoes?

    21 JUN



    There's no need to grab your red float Baywatch-style, but summer is definitely the season to go running on the beach, writes Chris Broadbent…

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