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29 August 2014

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News - Judo Star To Kickstart Scottish Half

Gemma Gibbons

One of Britain’s most successful judo stars, Gemma Gibbons, will officially start the Scottish Half Marathon on Saturday 6 September. The 27-year-old stunned the world when she won a surprise silver medal at London 2012 and delivered a world class performance at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games to secure her second silver.

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News - Fort William Set For New Marathon

Fort William MarathonThe Highland town of Fort William is set to welcome a new marathon on 26 July 2015. The inaugural Fort William Marathon promises to reward runners with some amazing and unique sights.

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Runtalk - The Ice Man

Dave WeedsThis November Dave Weeds will take part in the Antarctic Ice Marathon as he aims to become a member of the prestigious 7 Continents Marathon Club. Here, we ask Dave a few questions on how you can prepare for a race in one of the most in inhospitable terrains on earth.

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Poll - What Age Did You Start Running?

Older running, courtesy of Getty ImagesThis month we want to find out what age you were when you started running.

So far, 34% of people said that they started in their 30s, 25% said they started in their 40s and 22% have said that they took up running in their 20s.

Whenever you started, we want to know! Let us know on our polls page

Race Listing

Woman running with dogYou 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.

You don’t have to be barking to take part in Saturday’s Ruff Dugger, but it helps. The event is Scotland's first obstacle/mud trail run for runners with dogs and features a technical, muddy, off track route. Sunday sees the inaugural Barry Buddon Half Marathon held at Barry Buddon military taining area, which hosted the Commonwealth Games' shooting events. Participants will be relieved to know that that the only shooting on the day will be the starter's pistol.

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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