26 Oct Watch the Snowdonia Marathon on S4/C

This year, Snowdonia Marathon will be turning thirty and the mountainous race is as exciting and challenging today as it was at the very first race back in 1982. So what is it that makes this race so appealing to professional and amateur runners alike? "I'd say...

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26 Oct Livestrong bracelet: To wear or not to wear?

Lou Hablas has supported Livestrong for years and worn the iconic yellow bracelet in honor of his uncle, stepmother and friends who have lost loved ones to cancer. He also has volunteered for the cancer charity as a photographer at sporting events that raise money...

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26 Oct Are You Committing These Form Flaws?

Davis is not the only running injury expert who believes in and prescribes gait retraining, but she is spearheading the effort to make it a standardized therapy. Her research is proceeding on two fronts. First, she is performing experiments to determine the specific causal relationships...

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26 Oct Opinion: It’s time to allow doping in sport

The Lance Armstrong case forces us to consider a philosophical problem that has tormented sport since 1988 when Ben Johnson was disqualified from the Olympics after testing positive for drugs. Not 'How we can improve detection and make punishment serve as both deterrent and restitution,' but...

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26 Oct Hajo Seppelt – Kenyan doping exposed

Seppelt recently spent time undercover in Kenya posing as a sports agent. His report, broadcast on German television as well as radio, has created a firestorm of controversy within Athletics Kenya. World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President John Fahey visited Kenya and asked the sports officials...

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26 Oct Mansfield set to be homeless

Mansfield Harriers face being evicted from the track they have used for 54 years at the end of this month because of a long-held dispute with the trustees of Berry Hill Park, on which the facilities are located. The club of around 400 members have used...

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25 Oct Adidas Prevails Over Nike in Patent Case

In a closely watched patent case, a German judge has ruled in Adidas' favor in a dispute with Nike about upper technology, Reuters reports. Last month, a German judge ruled that Adidas had to at least temporarily … Continue reading → Full Article HERE...

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25 Oct Makau leaves for Frankfurt with record aim

World marathon record holder Patrick Makau will make an assault to improve on his personal best time when he lines up at the Frankfurt marathon on Sunday. Makau departed for Frankfurt on Wednesday confident and he will prevail on the quick and flat course of the...

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25 Oct A familiar tale with a long way to run

"Miss Gemmill! Mo wants to be an Olympic champion, so I told him to speak to you." This is a story about the Olympics, the hope for a legacy and a boy named Mo. The opening words to the tale come from a pupil at St Roch's in Royston. They were addressed to Clare Gemmill,...

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25 Oct App Syncs Music With Heart Rate

A crew of computer science researchers have created an app that they say picks the perfect music based on your heart rate, activity, and environment, the University of Virginia's Cavalier Daily reports. The app, MusicalHeart, is still in development, but one of its creators told the...

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