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Keep on Running: The Highs and Lows of a Marathon Addict

Keep on Running: The Highs and Lows of a Marathon Addict by Phil Hewitt Published 2012 Print list price £8.99 Kindle £4.79 Author Phil Hewitt, Oxford University educated, art journalist gets you quite annoyed at how he simply gets a freebee entry into the London marathon, which he happily mentions 3 or 4 times throughout his book. …

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The country and the city: a book review of two halves

Run Wild Boff Whalley Simon & Schuster, £14.99 (or from City Library) I. First half: the city If you love city-based marathons, look away now. Boff Whalley, one of the founder members of the band Chumbawumba (‘I get knocked down…’) and member of Pudsey & Bramley AC (once national fell running champions) doesn’t love them …

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