Here are the schedules for the pace groups for the Robin Hood Half-Marathon.RUNNERS WORLD will have pace groups of 1:30, 1:45, 2:00 and 2:15 at the race.Refer to the pace charts for exact speeds.1:30 pace | 1:45 pace | 2:00 pace | 2:15 pace
most frequently-asked questions to GB International coach Nick Anderson. Here's what he had to say...Beginners' TrainingCan I run/walk a half-marathon? Definitely. Practice run-walking three or four times a week in training and the walks will become
to make up for time lost crossing the line and congestion in the early miles.We've designed a customised training schedule for the race, which you can click on below.We look forward to running with you! Training schedulesBupa Great North RunRace listings
Coaches Sam Murphy and Steve Smythe catch up with their spring marathon contenders.Your turn: Catch up with exclusive marathon advice from Sam Murphy and Steve Smythe's training podcasts.
Discover the secrets of nutrition success when it comes to the second half of marathon training, with ASICS Target 26.2 dietician Ruth McKean. We talked to expert dietician Ruth to find out more about the perfect marathon diet, carb
Q Less than a month ago, after just a year of running, I finished my first marathon. I felt fine within a few days, and thought Id have no problems getting back into training. But after a couple of weeks of complete rest, I went to the gym
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