Wednesday, 1 December 2010

MOONLIGHT 5K LATEST NEWS and RYAN HALL TO RUN BOSTON

LASTEST NEWS;
SOUTHPORT MOONLIGHT 5K TONIGHT!
Congrats to EVENT organizer Andy Hudson, The first night time 5k was a big success.
First man Steve Mclean
First women Tracey Peters
Full Results available soon
DETAILS

MOONLIGHT 5K

Ryan Hall Will Run Boston Marathon READ HERE

12 comments:

Stevie L said...

Awesome event! Loads of fun, big turn out even with the cold, Still on a high.

Keith said...

Excellent fun, especially for a new member of the club. Thanks to everyone who took time to organise the event.

Ewen said...

I hope his new coach has him doing long runs on hilly courses - running fast downhill and up!

Scott Brown said...

His new coach probably has him on a diet of bread and fish and doing 400 meter repeats on the dead sea ;)

Scott Brown said...

With a 50 meter "float", of course ;)

RICK'S RUNNING said...

:]

RICK'S RUNNING said...

And walking on water!

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