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  • Dougie Mac Hospice To Host Stoke 10K

    29 MAR

    Dougie Mac Hospice To Host Stoke 10K

    The Stoke 10K is under new management with Douglas Macmillan Hospice now in charge and will take place on Sunday 10 September. Douglas Macmillan (known locally as Dougie Mac) hospice have taken over the organisation of the race from ‘In The Running’ and will manage it in conjunction with their 5K Barlaston event.

  • Spartan Season Kicks Off Next Month

    29 MAR


    The 2017 Spartan season kicks off on 8 April at the series’ newest venue of St. Clere, South East London. Steeped in history, St Clere was once owned by the father of Henry VIII’s second wife Anne Boleyn.

  • Going The Extra Mile At New Chester Ultra

    28 MAR

    Start Line Of Inaugural Chester 50 Ultra

    Saturday’s (25 March) inaugural Chester Ultra made a lasting impression on all who took part with a classy debut for this new race, part of the GB Ultras series of endurance events. The new ultra enjoyed a picturesque 52-mile route that was a mixture of canals, trails and hills with warm, sunny weather as a bonus.

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  • To Run Or Not To Run?

    29 MAR


    Injuries are part and parcel of running, but does it always mean you have to pull out of races? Chris Broadbent discusses…

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