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Anyone looking for a testing 13.1 miles to really push on with their late autumn training could perhaps find no better home than the upcoming Oldham Half Marathon on Sunday 28 October.
Very few events have enjoyed the same initial impact as the Doncaster 10K did last year when it burst onto the scene with over 1600 runners taking part in the inaugural race. The second staging looks set to push this even further with over 2500 already entered for Sunday 25 November.
However long the Yorkshire Marathon continues, history could well decree that Sunday’s event stands as its most memorable. On a day in which close to 8,000 runners took part, terminally ill Sean Coxhead ran what may well be his final race, there was an ultramarathon qualification for a 73-year-old veteran and, at the finish line, there was marriage proposal – she said yes.
Podium regular Helen Sahgal provided some much needed colour on a drab North West morning as she dominated the women's race at the Alder Hey 10K. The Mersey Tri athlete - bright club vest, flowing crimson locks and salmon-coloured compression socks - clocked 40:03 for first place ahead of Jacqui Khoueiry (41:55) and Alexandra Kokkinaki (43:29).