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Blogs about Running

11 blogs about Running.

  1. best part of the day
    By pb. 🇬🇧

    big wood 5
    04-09-23 I had completely forgotten to blog this final trip to Saltoun Big Wood. I thought I had written them all up and then tidied the photos away onto the external hard drive when I …
    By pb, 1,672 words

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  2. blog7t
    “parkrun venue guides.” 🇬🇧

    Felixstowe parkrun
    Felixstowe is a town in the East Anglian county of Suffolk with a population of around 25,000 people. The earliest records of its name are from 1254 where it is written as Filchestou, and then …
    By copy7t, 1,716 words

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  3. DC Rainmaker | Blog
    “I’m just a triathlete and runner like you: I run, I bike, and I do something resembling swimming. And at the end of the day…I blog about it.” 🇺🇸

    DJI Mini 4 Pro: The Complete Beginners Guide
    Just a quick heads up that I’ve posted a full DJI Mini 4 Pro Beginners Guide, that takes you from start to finish with the drone, including virtually all the features and how they work …
    By DC Rainmaker, 438 words

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  4. Go Feet
    “A blog about running, its history and culture.” 🇬🇧

    Glen River parkrun, Cork city
    Ongoing injuries have forced me to really cut down on my running but on a recent trip to Cork city for a family wedding I could not resist checking out a local parkrun. Cork has …
    By Neil Gordon-Orr, 359 words

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  5. Lazy Girl Running – Blog
    By Laura Fountain. 🇬🇧

    Autumn running and race goals
    Autumn running and race goals Autumn is here and I for one am loving the transition to autumn running kit and being able to sleep under the duvet again. But as autumn sets in, those …
    By Lazy Girl Running, 449 words

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  6. lives; running
    By David Renton. 🇬🇧

    The BNP in Tower Hamlets: from breakthrough to rout
    Thirty years ago today, the BNP’s Derek Beackon won a council election in Tower Hamlets. It was the first time his party had won an election. For me, and for thousands of people in my …
    By lives; running, 81 words

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  7. Once Upon a Time in the Vest
    “A blog for athletes and fans of 20th century Track and Field culled from articles in sports journals of the day, original articles, book reviews, and commentaries from readers.” By George Brose, Roy Mason. 🇨🇦 🇺🇸

    V 13 N. 95 Two Diverse Efforts of Endurance That To Me Show a Surprising Link to Our Existence
    The Prefontaine/Diamond League meet is history, and what history with wonderful races and field events hotly contested. World records, none more incredible than the 14:00.21 5000 by Gudaf Tsegay of Ethiopia and getting almost no …
    1,096 words

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  8. Run161
    “Everything you need to know on how to start running. Training advice about how to run faster. Free training plans, shoe reviews and more.” By Lars-Christian Simonsen.

    Are marathoners slowing down? ⏳
    Hey 👋 I’m gearing up to race again. Finally! This is the 84th edition of the newsletter, and it feels like I’ve barely raced since it started. I had high hopes for this spring. But, …
    By Lars-Christian Simonsen, 665 words

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  9. runswiththedug
    “Views from the back of the pack.” 🇬🇧

    Big Jim
    Anyone who takes up bouldering will, sooner or later, hear about Fontainebleau. I have heard it said that it’s proof that a) God exists and b) he’s a climber. I don’t believe in God and …
    By A hill runner in Scotland, 912 words

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    “About endurance sports, habit changing experiments, self-improvement, tech stuff, and general observations.” By Tim Teege. 🇩🇪

    Bookshelf Addition: How to Help Your Child Clean Up Their Mental Mess by Dr. Caroline Leaf
    🚀 The Book in 3 Sentences When children experience symptoms of emotional distress they can be helped by us parents helping them realize their own warning signals and going through the situation in a relaxed …
    By Teesche | Tim Teege, 3,625 words

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  11. Trail Running for Life
    “Trail running to explore the unbeaten path.” By Sean Duffy. 🇬🇧

    Taking on the Dragon’s Back Race
    Summarised, the Dragon’s Back Race was a week running the ‘spine’ of Wales in a week of particularly intense heat. This week-long adventure was interspersed with lasting memories and friendships forged in the shared enjoyment …
    By Sean, 5,449 words

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