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-MarathonMonth: JanuaryIt’s not too much of a gamble to tackle this fast downhill course that offers both a marathon and a half-marathon, with the two events attracting a combined 3000 runners.Contact: www.lvmarathon.comAT&T Austin MarathonMonth: FebruaryA fairly new
Time: 3:43 I'd just like to thank everyone from Runners' World for helping me through my first marathon. I got round in 3hrs 43minutes, two minutes ahead of my target. This was mainly down to the excellent RW pacers and the tips that I picked up
pace. But if you get that far, youll discover that the 1001 is a practical option for runners who want more protection than excitement from their racing shoes. With a thick forefoot and the N-ergy cartridge in the rearfoot, its best suited to heavier
Weight 164gEvaluation Nike says this is great for all road-race distances up to the marathon for efficient runners. At 164g, wed probably change that to up to 5K for all but elite runners. It actually has reasonably perky cushioning (though we
3= New York City MarathonIf any marathon could honestly claim to be the world’s favourite, it is New York City. No other event attracts such a high proportion of international runners from so wide a range of countries. They are drawn by the unique
Chichester Marathon, Sussex: Sunday, July 21WHY RUN IT?Hills, challenge, meeting walkersThis marathon, held over the South Downs, is also part of an event primarily aimed at walkers, marchers and bikers, but is still suitable for runners.FEES£6
to Thanet Road Runners. Entries on dayENTRIES TOThanet Marathon, 28 Fairfield Road, Broadstairs, Kent CT10 2JX ( 01843 867169)
mild overpronators. But with its fine level of cushioning – the rearfoot feels positively plush – it works well as a shoe for swift, efficient runners racing up to the half-marathon.
Time: 3:59What a great day - this was my first and definitely my last marathon. Ifollowed the Runner's World training schedule and sneaked under my target timeof 4 hours by 1 min - perfect!! Am gutted that I was beaten by a humantelephone box
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