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Oxford Half Marathon 2013 Review

Oxford Half Marathon 2013 Review Leading up to the start Well after months of hard work, sacrifices of nights out, and running in all weather conditions and at random times of the day to fit in with my kids, finally the day of the Oxford Half Marathon had arrived. I woke up eagerly at 6am […]

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Activate Nutrition Diet Protein Plus Review

Activate Nutrition Diet Protein Plus Review I am an average twenty something with a comfortable desk job during the week and a penchant for cider and late night peri-peri chicken shops at the weekend. Throughout my youth, I was a keen runner and footballer and maintained my skeletal frame with little effort. However, over the […]

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Running in Spikes For The First Time

Running in Spikes For The First Time Since I was a young boy I have always had a fascination with sports shoes and equipment. Not high street trend trainers but proper kit. I remember being awestruck with the development of the Reebok Pump and even more bamboozled by the creation of the Adidas Predator boot […]

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Running in the Valley: When Did Running Become So Pretty?

Running in the Valley: When Did Running Become So Pretty? ‘What are you doing?’ my husband asked. ‘I’m taking my make up off?’ I love his puzzled look, it’s one of my favourites and he was totally justified in wearing it at that precise moment. It was 5.30am and I’d just got out of the […]

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The Toughest Race On Earth, Part 8: Stage 3 (36km)

The Toughest Race On Earth, Part 8: Stage 3 (36km) In 1998, GB Ultra-Distance athlete Dominic Croft competed in the 13th Marathon Des Sables, an endurance event which has earned a reputation as being the ‘toughest race on earth’. This is his story. The sun rose to greet another clear but as yet chill morning […]

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