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Another year, another clutch of gold medals and another BBC Sports Personality of the Year snub for Mo Farah writes Chris Broadbent. Why does Britain’s greatest ever athlete consistently miss out at the UK’s biggest sports awards?
The presence of celebrity runners is no great novelty when it comes to mass participation events, writes Chris Broadbent. Charities frequently recruit runners from the world of showbiz to help raise funds for their worthy causes. Given their high profile, it’s often very successful.
Turkey, mince pie and a run – the trinity of Christmas, surely? All absolutely compulsory, no Yuletide is complete without them.
runABC spoke to model, runner and mum Nell McAndrew to find out more about what makes this race-winner tick…
It’s just over a month to go now and I can see it coming already, writes Chris “Grinch” Broadbent. Santa’s already started to wrap the running gifts coming my way.
Whether participating in races or simply looking to get some exercise, many of us try to incorporate running into our holidays. What better way to explore your new surroundings than by putting on your running shoes and pounding the unfamiliar pavements? In reality, however, it can be stressful experience.
Jane Holt reviews The Man Inside The Machine by Helen Summer – the approved biography of Steve Edwards, one of the world’s most successful multi-marathoners. Steve has completed 700 marathons with an average finishing time of 3 hours 16 mins…
The greatest marathon on the planet? Perhaps. The fastest? Definitely not. The most inspirational? Almost certainly. This Sunday sees the staging of the New York City Marathon, writes Chris Broadbent.