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for mobile versions of your favourite social media sites - Twitter and Facebook both have slick apps. You'll also find an array of other running apps.
. It was a moral and social imperative using the ethos of sport, the values of team work, fairness and discipline. Inspired by the English sporting system, de Coubertin channelled his energies into creating the modern Olympic Games. It was an event to bring
at the Virgin London Triathlon in July, I didn't hesitate to put myself forward.Fundraising "I am very lucky to have a very supportive family as well as friends. I use social media sites to keep my fundraising in people’s minds and whenever I have a fast bike
books, old CDs and stuff that I really had no need for at a car boot sale.Facebook/TwitterUtilise social media. You will be surprised how many people come out of the woodwork if they connect with your charity or your reason for running. £10 from someone
. They’ll eat only organic, only local, and won’t touch anything processed. They might avoid social situations because they don’t know what the food will be.”Obviously, runners – especially marathoners – have greater nutritional needs than sofa spuds
experiences: media training; taking them to international race meetings; giving seminars on how to cope with injury; tutoring on how to deal with the disappointment of a bad race – things like that. I want all my athletes to have the best chance of succeeding
on my mind. I am instead using electronic forms of media to send my good wishes - some of you may have already received a FB Smile (I think it was a smile) from me. This goes to all those Forumites I have met socially, raced with, forumed with or even
' Social Having come last in a race yesterday I felt the lack of a place for slow runners to chat. All you need is to have come last in at least one race (gory details optional). Pull up a chair, grab a cuppa and a biscuit and off we go… Raring to Go I
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