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  • OUTrun Returns

    28 JUL

    GFRFollowing the success of the inaugural OUTrun last year, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender + (LGBT) road running group Glasgow FrontRunners (GFR) will again host the five mile event on Saturday 20 August. The scenic course will see participants run through Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Park and along the Kelvin Walkway.

  • Mind Your Language

    28 JUL

    EsportantoYou may have heard of Esperanto – a language created in the 19th century to allow people who speak different native languages to communicate. Now sportswear brand SKINS is launching Esportanto – the first (un)official language for sport.

  • Scottish 10K Fits The Bill

    27 JUL

    Scottish 10KWith less than eight weeks to go until the Scottish Half Marathon and 10K, one participant is hoping his involvement will inspire others to tackle life’s hardships head on. 76-year-old Bill Neill has signed up to run the Scottish 10K on Sunday 18 September as a stand against his ongoing battle with cancer.

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  • Dopey Decision On Russia

    27 JUL

    Mariya SavinovaReally? No Russian ban? What exactly does a country have to do to be banned from the Olympics? The International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) decision this week not to enforce a blanket ban on the nation from the Rio Games has been met with disbelief and despair. Both from competitors and national governing bodies, writes Chris Broadbent 

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