Surely, there is less polution now than there was 30 years ago?
Wouldn't most homes of had a coal fire back then? Pollution from factories etc too.
We have all this health and safety stuff at work (and home) that surely our general environment has got to better now than it was 30 years ago.
Or is it down to all the additives in food etc and general contact with chemicals that are deemed as being "safe" in our modern lfe style?
The project is now focussed on ben moreau? a young english guy i think ,fantastic runner.
global warming? are we not in a worse place than we were a while back or is the cutting down on fossil fuels and the like old news from a long time ago? i do agree that not enough younger people are getting in from a young age but at the same time how many young people run cross country at school ? i know its not as usual as a few years back. Is there a right answer or an overall answer for the question? its more a matter of opinion. maybe this could be a start of how do we get youger people into running?
Maybe the showing of this documentary on national tv would give some inspiration to younger or new runners etc? I know for one how motivated i feel by the LM so a documentary may also provide the edge some need to get out running.
just a passing thought
When's that then?
I hope he gets better
is evil alex vero the bloke who dresses like a clown, heinously collects charity money on the way round, but shockingly skips out half the course?
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