The numbers in brackets are last year's position; the next figure is the race's overall score out of 1000.If we've been given an event's details, you'll find it in the Race Diary.The UK Top 100, 2001 1 London Marathon (1) 894 2 Great North Run (2
Forest Marathon (10) 2:36:25/2:58:57An attractive route through the forest helps boost this race2002 date: September5 Afford Rent-a-car Potteries Marathon (8) 2:30:59/3:10:19Traditionally Britains top summer marathon 2002 date: June 166 Azco
woefully under-represented. Only the winner made the top 100, though the other two races are building up their popularity.1 Stevenage Fila 5K (1) 14:11/16:04Fast, town-based event 2002 date: May2 Bath Druck 5K 14:13/16:41Another quick event 2002 date: March
successful return in 2001. Last years winner, the Alsager 5, was a clear second. However, all the others in the top five are new.1 Victory 5 23:18/26:31Fast and flat Portsmouth event with excellent facilities 2002 date: December2 Alsager Asics 5 (1) 23
The numbers in brackets are last year's position; the times are last year's men's and women's winning timesIf we've been given an event's details, you'll find it in the Race Diary.While almost doubling its size caused some logistical problems, the BUPA Great South Runs growth in...
The numbers in brackets are last year's position; the times are last year's men's and women's winning timesIf we've been given an event's details, you'll find it in the Race Diary.The BUPA Great North Run easily retains its position as the UKs top
competitive battle to be number one but Swansea Bay came out on top for the third year running.1 Swansea Bay Nike 10K (1) 28:46/33:36Flat and scenic out and back run around Swansea Bay 2002 date: September 222 Cheltenham 10K 28:36/32:40Fairly flat town
) it could be instantly higher on your list than London, where you forgot your lucky socks and that man was so rude to you on the Tube.Thats why when we decided to name the worlds 10 best marathons, we went straight to the top. We collected the opinions
-year-old Irishman is still mixing it with the worlds top milers, and many other runners have noticed that they feel different, physically and psychologically, when they run on different surfaces. And while running-surface preferences are something
I'm balancing on one leg. The other one is somewhere in front of me; I can't be sure where. I am attempting to perform a squat and it is not going well.Gordon Crawford is looking at me with pity. As coach to three-time Ironman 70.3 UK champion Fraser Cartmell, Crawford is used to...
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