Louise Small

Small claims top 40 finish as Weir impresses on debut

Louise Small (handicap -1.1) secured a top 40 finish in the senior women's race, while Victoria Weir (handicap 1.1) and Sam Stevens (handicap -4.0) finished as the top Britons in their junior races with 40th and 43rd place finishes respectively as the British Athletics team put in a determined showing at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Kampala, Uganda.

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Mo press conference

Mo knocked from top of the ladder

Mo Farah (handicap -6.9) has occupied the top rung of the runbritain ladder since it came into being in 2010 but when Callum Hawkins (handicap -7.0) ran 60:08 at last weekend's New York City Half Marathon he improved his handicap score by just enough to topple Mo.

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Injuries in 10in10

Being reserved may reduce running injuries in multi-day marathons say researchers

A SPORT rehabilitation expert from Cumbria travelled to Monaco last week to speak at an international conference on the prevention of injury and illness in sport (16-18 March). Opened by the Prince of Monaco, and organised by the International Olympic Committee, the triennial event attracts global leaders in the field and over a 1,000 delegates from all over the world.

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Reading runner

Entries are now open for the 2018 Vitality Reading Half Marathon

In an unprecedented move following a hugely successful 2017 event this weekend, Sweatshop have announced that Early Bird entries for the 2018 Vitality Reading Half Marathon and Green Park Challenge are now open. It's time to lace up those trainers and start getting race ready for your 2018 challenge which will take place on Sunday 18th March.

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Reading Half

It was a big weekend for half marathons!

Did you race this weekend? There were several big half marathons around the country and overseas. Most of the results are in and it's time to check your handicap score before our #clickyourclock competition begins next week.

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