Does anyone know her?
I don't know her but fantastic anyway
great job that woman
reminds me of a few local lads trying to mug and ex pro boxer - took just a few punches -lol
Peter Collins wrote (see)
Did you read the first comment...? "What I don't understand is why the fella didn't just stop, turn around and hit her? He'd already assaulted someone else so it wasn't like he wasn't willing."
And terrible journalsim from the Mail.... they don't even say what make of trainers she was wearing.
*Hops over to Gear Forum to start "Best all terrain shoe to chase mugger?" thread*
Even more impressive is that she ran him down after just completing a Bob Graham round by the sounds of it!
In the pic she's wearing Inov8 x-talon 212s.
Shoe geek? Moi?
Running Bhoy wrote (see)
Hail HailIn the pic she's wearing Inov8 x-talon 212s.Shoe geek? Moi?
Now, about the heel-striking....
Without the aid of photographic evidence, I will identify the mugger's footware as Nike Air Max.
There was a similar story a couple of years ago - a woman in her sixties had her handbag stolen by a teenage girl.
She chased, and caught, the girl - she'd been quite a high-level sprinter in her younger years
Ms White added: 'I just grabbed my running shoes and training top. It was the natural thing to do"
Running shoes, yes. Training top? Did she also wait for her garmin to find satellites before setting off?
Cheerful Dave wrote (see)
Ms White added: 'I just grabbed my running shoes and training top. It was the natural thing to do"Running shoes, yes. Training top? Did she also wait for her garmin to find satellites before setting off?
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