RIGHT, SAID FRED: INSTINCTIVE SPORTS

I ran my first eight miles in preparation for next month's Plymouth Half Marathon on Sunday at Burrator but it was thanks to a runner from Instinctive Sports, Fred Jenkins, that I ran a half decent pace.

Fred was a great ambassador for the sport and Instinctive Sports, reminding me why I started running with a club in the first place.

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PLYMOUTH HALF ENTRIES CLOSE AT RECORD HIGH

Entries for the 2010 Plymouth Half Marathon on Sunday May 30 have closed at a record high.

Race organiser Nigel Rowe MBE said: "It's fantastic news to have achieved 6,000 entrants - our largest to date.

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RUN IN ENGLAND UP AND RUNNING

ben bradshaw and jo pavey launching run in england by the river exe, courtesy & copyright phil mingo/pinnacleDevon Olympian Jo Pavey and Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw - the new Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport - launch Run in England along the banks of the River Exe.

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POINT ONE: RUNNING IN THE RAIN

I have just been for a run in the rain.

It's been pouring down in Plymouth and rather than duck out of the downpours I decided to engage them - head on.

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HARRIERS WIN PLYMOUTH HALF 2009

plymouth half marathon starters 2009, courtesy & copyright mike coxThe pace was hot but so too the weather for today's Plymouth Half Marathon, won by Burundian-born Birchfield Harrier Jean Ndayisenga in a scorching 1:05:34.

Second senior male over the Plymouth Hoe finishing line was Kenya's Simon Tonui in 01:07:09. Tonui won this year's Bath half.

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