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RUNNING ICONS! WHO WOULD YOU CHOOSE?

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    The web sheriff
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    Here are our [url=http://www.mensrunninguk.co.uk/runningicons.obyx]Running icons[/url] so far. Who would you suggest for future issues?
    
    Thanks,
    
    The MR team 
    [signature]The web sheriff! 
    Here are our [url=http://www.mensrunninguk.co.uk/runningicons.obyx]Running icons[/url] so far. Who would you suggest for future issues?
    
    Thanks,
    
    The MR team
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    two weeks off took its toll! That was a tough 10k!!
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    Since reading the book about  his life I would have to say John "Ghost runner" Tarrant, a man who loved to run so much that he wouldn't even let a lifetime ban stop him from competing. A truly inspirational individual who didn't let anything (or anyone) stand in the way of his dreams. Just a shame he was never allowed to compete in the Olympics 
     
    Since reading the book about  his life I would have to say John "Ghost runner" Tarrant, a man who loved to run so much that he wouldn't even let a lifetime ban stop him from competing. A truly inspirational individual who didn't let anything (or anyone) stand in the way of his dreams. Just a shame he was never allowed to compete in the Olympics
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    I would put in Joss Naylor the feld runner. What a legend, Up and down Scaffeld Pike 70 times in his 70th year 
     
    I would put in Joss Naylor the feld runner. What a legend, Up and down Scaffeld Pike 70 times in his 70th year
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    As a kid I idolised Brendan Foster 
     
    As a kid I idolised Brendan Foster
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    I run because I can
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    What about Steve Jones...or Dean Karnazes 
     
    What about Steve Jones...or Dean Karnazes
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    Man on a mission
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    'The Ghost Runner' John Tarrant would be a brilliant story to share with your readers. His life long battle with the archaic rule setters led him to achieve greatness in a much less obvious way.
    A truly inspiring insight in to the life of a determined yet selfish superb distance runner. 
     
    'The Ghost Runner' John Tarrant would be a brilliant story to share with your readers. His life long battle with the archaic rule setters led him to achieve greatness in a much less obvious way.
    A truly inspiring insight in to the life of a determined yet selfish superb distance runner.
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