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I have lost 4 stone since this picture was taken during the 2004 Great South Run. Achieved by a combination of a low Gi diet and 3 visits per week to my local Roko Health Club.
HelloDo you have a couple of places for the Great South Run 2007? If so please read on...A couple of weeks ago my Uncle died aged 55. He was a keen runner who often participated in the Great South Run. His son, daughter, niece and 4 nephews were
'Ju jai' means 'piggy' in cantonese, a pet name I have been given. Ju jai in the picture is a flying pig who can obviously fly!BeginnerJust finished Nike 10k run in an hour!Now can do 10k in just over 50 mins but like to do it in under 48 mins
and documentary film-maker, is pictured here running along the relatively flat paths that weave through the rocky terrain.Facts and history:- Parys Mountain is one of only three sites in Wales that have evidence of copper mining during the Bronze and Roman Ages
Hiya! My name is Pearly Queen! Yes, I am a living breathing Cockney!! I moved from East London, I've been living & working in the South Manchester area (Altrincham) for the last 9 months.I have not run now for about 2 years. I used to be a regular
prize for best fancy dress in the main race, so look out your costumes What a great race, a big thank you to South Cheshire Harriers, all the marshals, the race sponsors and Mike Cutler for yet another fantastically run race.Bryan Dale has started
is familiar with Dulwich Park who can advise roughly how far a lap of the short (and long) tracks are? Many, many thanks! She is new to running and very enthusiastic so any help I can give her would be great! try gmaps pedometer? (google it) HiI've GPS
rate monitor company? If I'm thinking of the same thing, haven't I seen pictures of people wearing those tennis racket things on their feet running it?If that's the case, it never appealed to me. I'd love to trek the north (or south) pole -- wouldn
with me or something. I remember a beautiful run I had a little further south than this, around San Franscisco Bay. Best pre-breakfast run ever. I love running when I go away business or holiday (apart from Crete perhaps which was a bit hot even at 6am
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