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“Volunteering makes you feel really good inside!”

Our 10K EOTN Ambassador Mark has been out and about supporting runners and giving something back. Here’s his latest blog: “Sometimes running isn’t always about going out and smashing your fastest time and getting a PB, this weekend I did something completely different and enjoyed it just as much as running myself.   On Saturday […]

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Training with friends and family

  “Training for events or races can often be a struggle, mentally as well as physically. One way I find to help with this is training with friends and/or family. With the Durham City Run Festival just a month away, I’m hoping that doing my training runs and next few events with my friends/family will […]

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“The atmosphere is fantastic!”

“Hi I’m Claire and absolutely over the moon to be chosen as ambassador for Durham City Run, I started running around 6 years ago after not being sporty at all during my younger years it was something I didn’t think I’d be able to do but after my Cousin died from Cancer at the age […]

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Meeting new people

One thing I’ve realised while I’ve been running is that it opens up many opportunities to meet new people. If it wasn’t for running I wouldn’t have met some of my closest friends and wouldn’t have run in some of the amazing events that we have completed together. Last week I attended my first Start […]

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“I complete not compete”

“I complete not compete” “These words stay with me every time I run or cycle, whether it be a social run, parkrun, Solo run or race. A friend told me this a couple of year’s ago and for me never truer words are said. Turn back the clock to 2015 when I started C25k I […]

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