[Rutland and Stamford Mercury] - Amy, who runs with Stamford Striders running club, said: “It was absolutely incredible. I'm still on a bit of a high. “There is a lot of work going on still but seeing the progress in the park is really exciting. It was a complete adrenaline rush from
[The Independent] - "I'm not going to lie. I had to walk two or three times on hills," she admits, "but it was so incredible to run into the stadium. "I was quite tearful in the final stretch. When I was younger, I used to run in a running club. But then I stopped
[This is Cornwall] - Clare Greenwood was laying a trail for the Truro Hash House Harriers running club when farmer Roger Baker accused her and companion Diane Tyas of trying to poison his sheep. Roger Baker being arrested as he left Truro Magistrates' Court in February.
[This is Somerset] - Frome Running Club is getting closer to the launch of a junior section as funding is secured and coaches undergo training. Junior sessions are due to start in September, with a series of fundraising initiatives and support from England Athletics
[This is Gloucestershire] - MEMBERS of Angels Running Club who ran in the Forest Of Dean Half Marathon were pleased to finish with respectable times. Deborah Southgate (LV55) finished first for the club in one hour, 53 minutes, 11 seconds and training partner Liz Spiers (LV35)
[This is Somerset] - Frome Running Club members have been busy with a mixture of training for upcoming marathons and competing over a variety of distances. Gez Armstrong (SM) and Sophie Bryan (SF) ran in the Southwick Park Run on Saturday morning, recording times of 19mins
[Cambs Times] - TEN Fenland Running Club members face the camera before conquering a mile course in the beautiful surroundings of Lake Coniston on Sunday. To send a link to this page to a friend, simply enter their email address below. The message will include
[Ripley Today] J Burton (47.22), N Kemp (47.53), F Baker (51.06), R Smith (53.45), A Franco ( pb), J Franco (56.22pb), H Bailey (57.51), L Walton (1hr 1 min pb) Ripley Running Club meet every Tuesday Evening at 6.45pm at the leisure centre.
[Haverhill Echo] - With groups of runners concentrating of their spring marathons, and 20 mile-plus training runs this weekend, Haverhill runners were few and far between for the weekends races. Making her debut in Haverhill colours was Vicki Quelch, who ran in a new
[Haverhill Echo] - The St Edmundsbury Sports Awards were launched in Haverhill on Tuesday (March 27) by two of winners from last year's awards, Haverhill Paralympian Caroline Maclean and Haverhill Running Club. Maclean, who is part of the GB women's wheelchair
[Ripley Today] - Heanor Running Club was represented in numerous different events in what was one of the busiest weekends on the racing calendar. With the cross country season reaching its climax for some and marathon-training in full swing for others
[Dunstable Today] - The small, friendly group, that caters for professional and social runners, meet at Creasey Park reception on Mondays and Wednesdays at 7pm and Fridays at 6.30pm. For more information .uk. Please sign in to be able to comment
[Gazette & Herald] - THE sun certainly shone on Pickering Running Club in the latest race in the Cleveland Winter Fell series at Glaisdale Rigg. The 8.5-mile route took in 1400ft of ascent, and in the almost 20C heat it took its toll on some team members.
[Watford Observer] - Both ran personal bests, Quinn lowered her time to while Pryke came home in Watford Joggers are a sociable running club welcoming runners and walkers of all abilities. For details log onto www.watfordjoggers.org.uk.
[Cotswold Journal] - The winner was Cirencester's David Bell, 26, in one hour 14 minutes 49 seconds, well ahead of Evesham Vale Running Club's Simon Hall, 41, who was first male over 40 in Evesham Vale Triathletes' Sara Turner finished in a personal best of
[Fenland Citizen] - A busy weekend for Fenland Running Club started on Saturday at the Frostbite Friendly League Presentation Evening where Paul Arnold and Maire Irlam were presented with their awards of Male and Female Runner of the Series by chairman Adrian Jarvis.
[Haverhill Echo] - A strong contingent of Haverhill runners represented the town's running club at the Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday (March 11). Returning after a 17-year break, the mile route wound through the city centre and various parks before finishing
[Banbury Guardian] - Mr Hiorns, 22, has organised a running club in preparation for the event, and has so far raised £270 for the charity. It is hoped the group can raise £500. The other runners are BYHP chief executive Clare Norton and service users Wilm Van Bekkum
[Midhurst and Petworth Observer] - But the Midhurst Milers running club has no intention of bringing its annual 10K race back to the streets of its home town on a summer Sunday morning. Instead, the club is abandoning Midhurst to stage the event in Petworth Park – and on a weekday
[Harborough Mail] - Any local running enthusiasts interested in taking part in the challenging event, which features ascents of both Saddington and Gumley hills, are reminded that to do so they need to register with a running club as the event is closed to the general
[Watford Observer] - Elsewhere, Colin Taylor and James Gamble took in the St Albans Park Run, with Taylor clocking and Gamble not far behind in Watford Joggers are a sociable running club based in comfortable surroundings who welcome runners and walkers of all
[Haverhill Echo] - Both women have been running for around five years and are members of Haverhill Running Club. For all the latest sport see Thursday's (April 5) Echo. Shirley Fowler ( left ) and Trudi Morrish will be running around London s Olympic Stadium.
[Haverhill Echo] - Haverhill Running Club is again this year, running a bus to the London Marathon on April 22, with an early leave and return once everybody is ready. Places are available on the coach on a first come, first served basis. Some Haverhill runners will be
[Louth Leader] - “Mablethorpe Running Club have been brilliant and very supportive the members the there are great always ready to help where they can and offer advice in the marathon training.” Ruth and Tony's charity exploits have made the news a number of times in
[Boness Today] - That included three of the four Lothian Running Club members who were in action. First club finisher was Paul Young who bettered his previous best time by 15 seconds in finishing in 17th place in 20 minutes 19 seconds. For the full report read the