Penny Wilmott sends in the superb report from the Brighton Marathon Brighton Marathon I remember thinking after my very first Half Marathon (GNR September 2006) ‘there is no way I will EVER do a marathon!’. The very thought of running double the distance brought me out in a cold sweat! However, with the type of …
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Shaun Brown sends in this report from his trip across the channel and the Paris Marathon Paris Marathon 15th April 2012 Twelve weeks ago my first taste of Tyne Bridge Harriers was a marathon discussion led by Sean Kelly, during which I stated my aim of completing my first marathon in less than 3 hours …
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A few months ago, me and a couple of friends decided that running the Snowdonia Marathon was a good idea. I’d ran the race once before and swore at the finish line never to run it again. Anyway almost four years down the line I found myself back at the start line. My preparation for the race had been great and although I felt like I was carrying a little extra timber, I knew I was running well.
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Mr Moir sends in this report ‘fresh’ from the field of the Newcastle Town Moor Marathon. The idea of a 5 lap marathon puts many people off this marathon, but not 4 hardy TBH-ers. People often consider it to be an easy but boring course, but I’ve always found it to be a bit trickier than just that.
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After failing to make it to the start line of Edinburgh Marathon earlier this year through injury, I was hit with jealousy to see everyone setting off from the start line when I went up in May to support 2 friends and fellow TBH runners taking part in the event.
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The Kielder Marathon was my first run as a Tyne Bridge Harrier, and this is my inaugural race report. It was an eventful day, but I will keep it short. After I learned that Elspeth Lawson, the other Tyne Bridge Harrier at the start, was taking the fun bus from Newcastle,
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