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Running During Lockdown

Running During Lockdown

Back in March, everyone in the UK was put on lockdown which meant time spent out and about was restricted, and the way of life changed dramatically for many people. One thing that many considered precious was the ability to to get out for an hour of exercise each day....

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Need something to distract you from the news? Check out these TV suggestions!

With everything going on in the world, we put it out to the running community for their suggestions of what to watch on TV and we were inundated! Here's a selection of the recommendations that you can plan to sit and watch: Anything Alan Partridge!Arrested DevelopmentBrooklyn 99 Derry GirlsDetectoristsFather TedFaulty TowersFleabagFreaks...

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To me, running means to be alive and free! by Emma

To me, running means to be alive and free! by Emma

Through swimming to triathlons, Emma has learned that progress in running starts with your mindset, closely followed by a true commitment of time to the sport! What is your proudest running achievement, and why?  I’d probably say completing my first solo ultramarathon at the Dockside Midday to Midnight was my...

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My Running Journey by Revd. Andrew

My Running Journey by Revd. Andrew

My Running Journey, like many others, begins with a seeking for a way to improve my health. Actually it began when someone said I was getting fat! The truth is that I was. I was always an overweight child and the progressed into adulthood and taking part in any form...

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'Running is a passion since spinal surgery' by Louise

'Running is a passion since spinal surgery' by Louise

Ten years ago, Louise underwent life-changing spinal surgery to correct severe Scoliosis and this year she looks to complete the Manchester Marathon in April, followed by a 10-day trek of Machu Picchu in October. "Following my surgery, it took me over a year to fully recover and I had to...

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