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  • Stars Run For The 96

    24 APR

    Mel CAround 2,500 competitors took to the streets of Liverpool on Sunday (19 April) for the inaugural Run For the 96 5K in memory of the 96 Liverpool fans who lost their lives in the Hillsborough tragedy. The new community legacy fun run started finished in the city's Stanley Park, located between Liverpool and Everton's football grounds, Anfield Stadium and Goodison Park.

  • Way To Run Edinburgh

    24 APR

    Steve WayGlasgow 2014 star, Steve Way, will be looking to kick-start his spring racing by competing at Edinburgh Marathon on Sunday 31 May. The 40-year-old captured the imagination of the nation this summer when he completed the journey from a heavy smoking takeaway-addict to Commonwealth Games hero.

  • Sponsorship Boost For Yorkshire Marathon

    24 APR

    Plusnet Yorkshire MarathonThe Run for All Yorkshire Marathon has announced an extended sponsorship deal with Plusnet in an agreement that will run until 2017. In addition, there was confirmation that the award-winning UK home and broadband provider will sponsor the new Yorkshire Half Marathon-Sheffield and the Leeds Half Marathon through to 2017.

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  • The Greatest Run Of All

    17 APR

    Kevin Carr, courtesy of British Red Cross

    Last week I witnessed the greatest sporting achievement I have ever seen. Until Thursday 9 April, it had been Usain Bolt’s astonishing 100m and 200m Olympic double in Beijing 2008.

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