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10 Aug

Train Hard, Win Easy Says Sir Mo

Sir Mo Farah wins World Championships 10,000m London 2017

“Train hard, win easy.” That was the philosophy espoused by Sir Mo Farah in his post-race interview after qualifying for Saturday's IAAF World Championships 5,000m final in London's Olympic Stadium last night (9 August). Scot Andrew Butchart also breezed through to the final after demonstrating his hurdling skills mid-race as he leapt over fallen competitors.

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7 Aug

Cloud Nine For York Runners

Asda Foundation York 10K by Simon Dewhurst

The ninth staging of the Asda Foundation York 10K drew in one of its biggest fields to date with over 5200 runners completing Sunday’s (6 August) race. As ever, competitors were treated to some vociferous support along a historic route that took in some of the medieval city’s stunning scenery including ancient Goodramgate, the majestic York Minster and Clifford’s Tower. 

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3 Aug

York Set To Yield Another Historic Event

Asda Foundation York 10K

This Sunday (6 August) will see upwards of 5000 competitors take part in the one of the central races in the Run For All series, the Asda Foundation York 10K. The race is known to offer a unique opportunity to run through such a historic city, and with a fundraising spirit at its core, draws in thousands of spectators throughout the course to cheer on charity-inspired runners. 

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2 Aug

Grimsby Gripped By 10K

Great Grimsby 10K

Two years in and organisers Tape 2 Tape can already reflect on what has been a remarkable rise to prominence for the Dong Energy Great Grimsby 10K. Over 2300 runners competed in Sunday’s (30 July) race, a figure that represented an upturn of more than 1000 extra competitors than 2016. 

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