Scottish Running Guide News

23 Aug

King Of The Ultra

William SichelWilliam Sichel’s performance at last month’s Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence Race in New York saw him run further in a single, measured race than any other UK athlete has ever done. We talk to him about how he prepared for the race and what it's like to run for 50 consecutive days.

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22 Aug

LP Run Comes Round Again

LP Run

Edinburgh Running Network's LP Run returns to the capital on Sunday (24 August) for its fifth staging. The run is based on the oldest race in Houston, Texas (now in its 47th year), and involves running as many Revolutions Per Minute (laps) of a track as you can during 33 and a third minutes, all the while listening to music.

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21 Aug

What Moves Runners?

A group of American film makers have launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund a feature-length documentary that explores the inspiration and motivation modern cultures associate with running. What Moves You? is told from the point-of-view of runners from all walks of life and follows the stories of five very different runners in a quest to discover if they possess a similar intrinsic urge to run.

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20 Aug

Fauja Returns

Fauja SinghFauja Singh will make a welcome return to the running scene later this year after he was confirmed as the official starter of the Big Fun Run in Victoria Park, London. Singh will start the friendly 5k run on Saturday 25 October.

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18 Aug

100m Record At 99

A 99-year-old woman from New York has set a 100-metre sprint American record for the 95-99 age category at the Gay Games in Cleveland, Ohio. Ida Keeling, who is a great-great-grandmother, finished the race in 59.8 seconds – just shy of Usain Bolt’s world record of 9.58 seconds

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