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eNews 17 October 2014

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News - Stars Back Beethoven Run

Judy MurrayAs she prepares to battle it out in the ballroom on Strictly Come Dancing this weekend, a running event in Stirling may also be on Judy Murray's mind. The Fed Cup captain and mother of tennis players Andy and Jamie has been a big supporter of the Beat Beethoven Fun Run taking place for the third year on Sunday (19 October).

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From Our Sponsor - Mo Running Is Back

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News - Still Time To Do Battle At Culloden

Culloden WarriorsRunners looking for a great autumn challenge need look no further than the Culloden Run on 26 October. The event is staged at the historic battlefield near Inverness where Bonnie Prince Charlie made his last stand.

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Runtalk - Pale Shadow Paula

Paula RadcliffeI have mixed feelings about the final chapter of Paula Radcliffe’s running career, writes Chris Broadbent. Now 40, the marathon world-record holder recently took part at Worcester City 10K as she builds up to her marathon swan song in London next April.

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Poll - Two Hour Marathon, Any Time Soon?

ClockDennis Kimetto thrilled the running world with his dazzling 2:02:57 at Berlin Marathon. Now we want to know when (and if) the seemingly impossible 2 hour mark will be broken. 34% of you think it will be another 10 years before it is reached, 32% think it'll take 5 years, and 18% reckon it'll take 20.

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Competition - AfterShokz Headphones Up For Grabs

Aftershokz
Just five days until our AfterShokz competition closes at 23:59 on 22 October! AfterShokz active lifestyle headphones are designed to allow runners to stay connected to mobile devices and listen to their favourite tunes without sacrificing situational awareness. SCOTTISH RUNNING GUIDE has three pairs of AfterShokz Sport Headphones to give away.

To be in with a chance of winning, check out our competition here

Race Listing

Survival of the Fittest EdinburghYou can find lots of events and results on our race listings page and organisers can add their race details to our event listings by signing up here.

'Do as the Romans do' is the call at this weekend's Antonine Trail Race. The event uses trails and paths around the Kelvin Valley area, following the route of the Roman Antonine Wall.

 There'll be a historic element  to the Men's Health Survival of the Fittest 10K in Edinburgh on Sunday too as participants take part in the 'Braveheart' Charge' down the Royal Mile, before taking on a barrage of obstacles around the Scottish capital.

Good luck to everyone racing this weekend, and remember you can check our race listings for your results!

Current Issue - Autumn Edition

SRG Autumn 2014 CoverThe autumn issue of SCOTTISH RUNNING GUIDE is available from all our usual outlets!

Pick up your copy to enjoy an interview with celebrity chef and marathon runner, Michel Roux Junior. We also take a look at the world of fancy dress running and get back to nature with a review of the book Wild Running. You can also expect all the favourites such as our Running Log and extensive Race Listing.

Keep an eye out for our autumn edition, and let us know what you think on Facebook or Twitter!

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