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Marathon weekend - Oxfordshire to Trafalgar Square #March4NHS

c. 60 miles, Oxfordshire through the outskirts of London and into Trafalgar Square

Aim

Continuing to highlight the flawed policy of austerity and how this impacts the NHS and economy. 137 more words

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Schema's en trainingen

Sporten en trainen gaat altijd samen.
Hoe meer je traint, hoe beter je wordt…over het algemeen.
Maar wordt het er ook leuker op?

In mijn geval: nee… 324 more words

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Last minute marathon prep

Mentally? I don’t know where I am. I picked up 3.30, 3.35 and 3.45 pace bands and genuinely don’t know how it’s going to go. I’m not sure I’ve got the miles in the legs for the 3.30. 608 more words

Running

Getting the Recovery Right

Anyone who knows me in real life knows that I love to keep things organised: I make lists, I forward plan and I can be a bit of a creature of habit. 1,574 more words

Running

Volunteering- the most underrated part of a race

I have run 6 races this year and I have always appreciated the volunteers. But now I appreciate them a heck of a lot more. 574 more words

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Tips for running your first marathon

An email from a friend popped into my inbox this week. He’s running the London Marathon on Sunday – his first one.

I am very nervous.

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London Marathon

The London Marathon is a really exiting day to be a part of. 26.2 miles of road are fenced off, and the pavement along this route becomes a splattering of colour as charities and organisations put up their banners to cheer on the people who are running for them. 147 more words

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