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  • Miles Of Magic

    25 MAY

    A huge weekend of running is set to return to Disneyland Paris in September, encapsulating all the enchantment of one of the world’s most popular tourist attractions with spectacular running events. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced runner, everyone’s invited to runDisney, the premier destination race series and the only place in the world where every mile is magic.

  • Kenyans Taste Swede Success

    24 MAY

    Gothenburg Half

    The 38th running of the world’s largest half marathon took place in Gothenburg, Sweden on Saturday (20 May). With 42,281 finishers at Göteborgsvarvet Half Marathon, the top steps were once again dominated by Kenyan athletes.

  • Record Numbers At Midlands parkruns

    23 MAY

    Record Numbers At Coventry parkrun

    There were record turnouts at three Midlands parkuns last Saturday (20 May), with Beeston, Coventry, and Kettering sharing the spotlight. Though not experiencing a record turnout, Cannon Hill was the highest placed Midlands parkrun in the UK’s national attendance figures for the weekend with 839 runners.  

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  • Highgate Highs

    24 MAY


    London's Night of the 10,000m has proved the sport can provide excitement and reach new audiences when presented in the right way, writes Chris Broadbent.

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