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19 September 2014

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News - Clan Do Attitude At Loch Ness

LNM ClansmenIt’s a spectacle not seen in the Scottish Highlands for hundreds of years, but the hills will once again be filled with passionate clansmen as they lead a  charge through the countryside on 28 September. Almost 2,000 runners from the length and breadth of Britain – and further afield – will pledge allegiance to their clans in an effort to lift the title in the Clan Challenge at the Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running.

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News - Kipsang To Make Debut At New York

KipsangMarathon world-record holder, Wilson Kipsang, will make his New York City Marathon debut on 2 November. The Kenyan athlete set the fastest-ever mark of 2:03:23 at Berlin Marathon last year.

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Runtalk - Who's The Daddy?

Mo FarahIn the last year or so, I have felt a new dynamism in my running. I feel motivated and strong. With a marathon to tackle in just over a month, I feel better equipped than ever to improve my personal best.

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Poll - Trail Running All Year Round?

Trail Running ManTrail Running is growing in popularity, and we want to know when you hit the trails - Are you an autumn ace or a summer swift? Or do you follow the breadcrumbs all year round?

So far, 59% of you take to the trails year-round, while for 11%, springtime or autumn are the times to head out.

Let us know when you prefer to take to the trails on our polls page

Race Listing

Roadblock RunnersYou 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.

Around 300 runners from across Scotland and the North of England will take part in Dumfries Half Marathon on Sunday. Starting and finishing in the historic Crichton grounds, the race offers great views of the Solway Firth and Criffel. Also on Sunday, Edinburgh's RoadBlock Run will see penguins, bears, ninjas and superheroes tackle various obstacles in the 10K course at Holyrood Park.

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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