-long festival in Cambeltown and the Mull of Kintyre. As well as the main event, the organizers lay on a dizzying array of events - many of them free. There's an open-top bus tour of the route the day before the race, free swimming, boat tours and an excursion
but with top-notch PB potential. Now in its third year, the race's out-and-back course takes a mix of club runners and beginners through the heart of the city, with a suitably impressive start and finish in Centenary Square. And, perhaps surprisingly, there
appeared on more than one Top 10 chart (Scenery, PB Potential, Beginner-friendliness, Atmosphere), it was only included in the chart where it had the highest ranking. * Since these three races all take place at the same venue, we have collated their entry
You run, you sweat, you breathe heavily, you eventually stop and recover. Simple... unless you want to know what's really happening to your body, and use that knowledge to control your fitness.That's when you start to think about using a heart rate monitor (HRM). And when you've ...
Despite what many inventors of best-selling fad diets would have the public believe, weight loss is a simple issue. Burn more calories than you consume, and you'll lose weight. As a runner, you're in luck, because running happens to be one of the best and fastest ways to expend e...
From all corners of Britain, from six miles to 26.2, road to trail, and from small rural races to big city marathons, all the best fixtures are here in your 50 top UK races of 2009. The list includes familiar events and lots of new entries
factors conspire to make it a top-notch first race. Chief among them is the top welcome the city lays on for the runners - hordes of fancy-dress entrants (from penguins to bumblebees) can expect to find themselves cheered on by the extremely vocal crowds
in the attractive surrounds of central London’s Battersea Park. One of the UK’s growing band of fancy-dress Santa races, the London Santa Run comes from the race organisers who’ve brought London-based runners top fancy-dress opportunities including the Great
Would Do It Again, Number Of Ratings)Your Top 50 Races1. High Legh 10K (99%, 100%, 28 ratings) Where? Cheshire When? February 22Community atmosphere, slick organisation, homemade cakes and a bulging goody bag – what more could you want?2. Ultimate Trail
Would Do It Again, Number Of Ratings)Your Top 50 Races1. Derwent Dambuster 10 (100%, 100%, 18 ratings) Where? Derbyshire When? April 18Increasingly popular race encircling the Derwent and Howden reservoirs.2. Northumberland Coastal Run 14 (99%, 97%, 18
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