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Burnley saw top race action on Sunday (15 July) when over 1100 competitors took part in the Run For All organised event. The sixth staging saw its two quickest finishes as Salford Harriers’ Thomas Cornthwaite grabbed top place in 32:32, while Pauline Powell (38:16) was first in the female competition in. Both times represented course records.
One of the most discernible features of speaking to Sultana Ahmed about her participation at the JD Gyms City of Preston 10K in September is the articulate and insightful way she reflects on how running has been at an intersection with her culture. Of Bangladeshi background, Sultana, 31, says that she has recognised a growing shift in how running is perceived in her culture, and, as she gleefully clocks up those miles of training before the Preston event, is happy to find herself at the forefront of this movement.
With the dust just settled on another memorable Tour of Merseyside, race organisers BTR Liverpool are already looking forward to their next event, the Whistle Stop Tour of Wirral. Set over three consecutive days, the multi-race event requires competitors to cover 26 miles in a whirlwind tour of the borough.
A new 'free to enter' 10k is coming to Teesside on Sunday (22 July) with a race where runners will be given the opportunity of competing to the backdrop of one of the region’s most historic grounds. The Trust10 takes place at Ormesby Hall, a Grade I listed building that dates back to the 18th century