Fantastic, thanks for this advice.
I am training for the 2012 London Marathon and despite having run (on and off) for quite a few years now, I am getting seriously bad stitch on virtually every run. It's really starting to get me down, to the point where I am worried I won't be able to hack the marathon.
I ran the Birmingham Half Marathon a few weeks ago and within about 10 mins of starting, I was having to slow down to get rid of it.
Will be giving all these tips a go at the weekend on my next run. Thanks everyone.
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