to bring out the best in PB hunters without anybody realising quite why. Yes, the course is flat, but beyond that, we’re stumped. Probably best just to turn up and find out for yourself. Find out more.5. South Run 10Portsmouth, October 24 Europe’s most
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, and should reduce tearing around the arch, which is a traditionally vulnerable point. You do pay for this with a extra weight not so much on the PBT XTreme, but a hefty 40g on the racer. This, ironically, makes the old PB Trainer (which is still available
1. Brass Monkey Half-Marathon Where: Yorkshire When: January, 2010 date tbcBeat the crowds to get a place on this popular half-marathon and you might just get a PB into the bargain. Staged in January before the spring half-marathon season
out to encompass the villages of Drayton, Milton, and Sutton Courtenay."This race sets the standards that club-organised events should aim to mimic. It's an RW forum party, a Fetch frolic, a PB hunter's autumn target and altogether a great day out
new PB or if Heartbreak Hill claimed another marathon victim.
of getting to the end but I was still confident it would be a PB.I turned right at the Houses of Parliament and was anxiously looking for my family, finally I saw them, cheering and encouraging others nearby to shout my name and I was so grateful
this chip-timed, UK Athletics-certified race in your next bid for 10K PB glory. 3. Castle Combe Chilly 10K, Chippenham, WiltshireDate in 2012: November 25Three laps of this smooth Tarmac circuit is all you need to smash your PB – and the organisers even
before the race so that you can get it right on the day." Mick Woods, GB athlete coachRun off-road pyramids "Beating your PB requires pure leg speed as well as endurance. You use more muscles running off-road, which teaches your body how to deal
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