8. Paris MarathonParis has never struggled to attract visitors in the springtime. It’s just that in the past, not many of them came to run the city’s marathon. With a reputation for organisational incompetence and indifferent support, the Paris
Photos: Sarah Belton«BR»Issue date: «BR»Keywords:«BR»Type: --TC feeding MickaelDay 1 Paris Marathon + Paris to Colombes, 30.7 milesGreat start to the challenge! Arrived in Paris on Saturday afternoon on our Easyjet flight and headed straight over
to run Paris Marathon on Sunday 6/4/03 and then continue on foot to London in time for London Marathon 13/4/03 - approx. 400km over 8 days. 2 Great marathons in 1 week plus a bit of fun in between! Anyone interested in joining?"I’m sure at that time Tobie
Find out what happened on training day 1 in our ASICS Target 26.2 marathon project as our five runners prepare to ramp up their training for the Paris Marathon.
an easier week until after the first four weeks are completed.Alex has a good chance of a sub-three based on his other race distances. His 5K to half-marathon time suggest he has sufficient speed, but his 3:06 PB dates back to 2008 and his last marathon
It's all change with our Super Six scheme for 2011. We've teamed up with ASICS to give you the chance to win a VIP training and racing package for the 2011 Paris Marathon sponsored by ASICS. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to run your
without getting fed up of endless bowls of pasta to mental strategies to get through the taper with sanity intact. Steal some tips for these crucial later stages of your spring marathon training. ASICS PRO Team sports psychologist Dr Victor Thompson tells
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