Scottish Running Guide News

30 Oct

Running Through History

Culloden runnersThe gale force winds and driving rain did not deter the 512 competing at the Culloden Runs on Sunday (26 October). The historical event, which features a 10K and 17.46K at the Culloden Battlefield, experienced  ‘real highland weather’ according to organiser Paul Corrigan who praised the ‘hardy folk’ who took part.

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30 Oct

North Korean Marathon Opens Doors

North Korean MarathonWhile the London, Boston and New York Marathons all have a reputation for being notoriously difficult to enter, it might just be trumped by Pyongyang Marathon in North Korea. The event has announced that it will allow overseas runners the opportunity to register for the 2015 race: only the second time organisers have done so since it was established in 1981.

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24 Oct

Running Against Ebola

Kudzai makes a speech in Sierra Leone

A 22 year old student from Mill Hill, North London has been inspired to raise funds for Ebola victims after spending two months in Sierra Leone this summer. Kudzai Makopa will take part in the Big Fun Run in Victoria Park tomorrow Saturday 25 October to aid the fight against the virus after seeing first-hand its deadly effect on African communities.

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