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10 Halloween races to enjoy

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10 Halloween races to enjoy

It's that time of year again, when runners and race organsers like to show off their Halloween spirit, when they like to band together to ward off the evil spirits, and have some fun while they do it. As ever, there is quite an array of suitably Halloween-themed races available. Some are short and some are long, but all are a lot of fun. We've put together a list of 10 of these events that we think will be of interest to you.   Halloween 10k & Scary SprintEnjoy a spine-chilling 10K race, or family-friendly 2K, through the undulating Denbies...

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Events for runners on a budget

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Events for runners on a budget
Looking for a running event, but having to watch your budget? Running events can be quite expensive. We've compiled a short list of options for those looking for inexpensive running events.

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Reunion 5K at Kempton Park helps return to post-COVID normality

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Reunion 5K at Kempton Park helps return to post-COVID normality
Runners and spectators were out in force at the London Marathon Events Reunion 5K at Kempton Park on Saturday. The event, part of the Government's Events Research Programme, was designed to investigate Coronavirus transmission without social distancing.

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Tips for running in the cold

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Tips for running in the cold
Worried about running in winter? It's understandable. As well as the cold weather, there is often ice or snow to contend with. Here are a few ideas to help make running in the winter easier and more comfortable.

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5 Christmas Gift Ideas for Runners

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5 Christmas Gift Ideas for Runners
What will you be buying for the runner in your life this Christmas? Whether it's for a partner, a relative, a friend, or even yourself there is a wealth of great gift options to choose from. Here are 5 that we think are worth considering.

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