locations at speed. Pick the event that's right for you - and train smart on your holiday - with our guide.
I can't quite believe I'm writing this but there's only one day to go until our sprint relay challenge, the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series London.We have printed off the event details, my outfit is planned and I have persuaded
2012 Olympics. Scroll to the bottom of the blog for a list of upcoming events or visit the website for more. In the grand wood-panelled library at the Institut a star panel assembled: Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, the 11-time Paralympic gold medallist
Some of Britain's favourite athletes will be missing out on the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. If you can't get enough of Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah, Lisa Dobriskey or Martyn Rooney, it looks like you'll just have to wait until next season.The good news is that with Britain's depth of...
along the way making sure you'll never have a dull moment. Some fast times will be notched up in this event, chosen as the County 10 Mile Championship and the final race in the 2011 Leicestershire Road Running League. However, even if you're not a speed
the family can enjoy a Halloween treat in the Cheshire countryside. Keep all ages amused with the one mile fun run which has prizes for the best costumes. Then the main event, the Hellraiser race, is an adult only affair. Costumes are optional but getting
through the air on rope swings in this adrenaline fuelled cross country 10k or 5k. Enter as a team and keep all the family amused at the bustling event village with its bouncy castle and climbing wall. The only thing that won't quicken your pulse rate
other, not just during this relay helping out whenever someone's stuck and need to change their schedule, but also at other events. It's like one big family now, " explains Runnaholic.The close-knit Coasters GB community and the epic distance covered
, then this super friendly point-to-point race could be the perfect event to kick off your running calendar. Starting at the pretty village of Chiddingly this race meanders through quiet countryside roads to the quaint village of East Hoathly. Expect a large flag
better than I thought and I'm still really enjoy training even after my first year. In the competitions you get so much adrenaline and it's so raw -you just have to run, and that's what I really like about it.You finished fifth in the T44 100m event
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