surprising benefits when you go back to racing over longer distances. Here are some key points to consider if you are lured by the four-lap challenge. Remember to be sensible changes to your routine should be controlled and gradual, so dont go sprinting
on the market. Shoes with solid-rubber studs on the sole are great for a variety of conditions."Spencer Barden, another GB cross-country international, stresses that your shoes should match the terrain.Be Prepared"One challenge with cross-country and other off
.Duathlons are raced over sprint distances, such as 2mile/10mile/2mile, short distances, such as 8mile/24mile/ 8mile or much longer distances, a prime example of which is the 10K/150K/30K Zofingen Powerman. The 2008 World Long Distance Duathlon Champion Catriona
!"Gareth Davis, on the Snowdonia Marathon. Obviously, any event that involves thick mud, tunnels, ice cold water, barbed wire and fire is going to come top of our tough races category. Others in our top five, though, offer a different kind of challenge.1 Tough
Flora London Half-Marathon, Silverstone, MarchA fast course on the famous motor racing circuit and a new race that promises to get bigger and better.2 Capital City Challenge 10K, Edinburgh, SeptemberThree and a half thousand runners took on an impressive
take you on a journey of exploration? Our slideshow contains a whole year's worth of races to aim for, challenging your speed, stamina, strength and skill. Whether you pick and mix or take on the whole challenge, the chances are that 2011 will be your
take you on a journey of exploration? Our slideshow provides a whole year's worth of races to aim for, challenging your speed, stamina, strength and skill. Whether you pick and mix or take on the whole challenge, the chances are that 2011 will be your
will compete together, and hopefully then be challenging each other for gold. There will be so much great action - sign up for tickets now," says Alistair Brownlee.Here's hoping the Brownlee brothers will be there to represent Great Britain!
Park 10 Trail Challenge and the welcome return of the slickly organised Saab Salomon Turbo X series. The first race at Poppyhill sees the return of the extreme ‘Turbo Zone’ that’ll make racers laugh, cry or both. October It’s the return
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