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  • Great Expectations In Glasgow

    30 SEP

    GSRAround 30,000 runners will take to the streets of Glasgow this weekend (1-2 October) as the Great Scottish Run returns to the city. Proceedings kick off with tomorrow’s Super Saturday, featuring a Toddler Dash, Family Mile and Junior Run. Then on Sunday, elite athletes and recreational runners will head off from George Square for the half marathon and 10k.

  • Sichel Celebrates Ultra Century

    30 SEP

    William Sichel trainingWilliam Sichel made the journey to the Swiss town of Brugg last Saturday (24 September) to compete in the 100th ultra marathon of his prolific career. Sichel ensured that the milestone would be a memorable one and placed second overall, covering just over 194km in the space of 24 hours. 

  • Bennachie Is Back

    29 SEP

    Bennachie startlineHill, trail and road runners from across Scotland will be limbering up for the 27th Bennachie Hill Race on Sunday (2 October). The popular annual event, hosted by the Garioch Roadrunners, also serves – along with Morven and Cairn William – as the third and final event in the Aberdeenshire Hill Race series.

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  • It Takes Two

    28 SEP

    Couple runningRunning can be either sociable or solitary, writes Terry Brennan. Many of us enjoy nothing better than a ‘get away from it all’ hour with only our thoughts for company; it’s one of my own favourite things. But I like the company and sociability that running brings too.

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