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INTO THE WILD

Jasmin Paris tells Euan Crumley about a remarkable year in which she has re-written the record books
Jasmin Paris runs out into the amazing Welsh surroundings during her Paddy Buckley attempt

JASMIN PARIS admits she’s a little tired. That comes as little surprise when you consider what she has managed to squeeze into this past year.

There have been ‘Sky’ races (the new and growing events which involve a cross between running and alpinism), Extreme Skyraces and also an impressive sixth-place finish at this year’s Ultra Trail Mont Blanc race.

But that has not been her crowning glory — not by a long shot. Closer to home, she has single-handedly been ripping up the record books for three of the most revered events in British mountain running.

The Bob Graham Round is a challenge which consists of tackling 42 of the highest peaks in the Lake District, covering 66 miles and 27,000 feet of ascent. The Ramsay Round involves 58 miles, 24 Scottish peaks - including Ben Nevis - and a circuit taking in 28,500 feet of ascent. The triple crown is completed by the Paddy Buckley Round in Wales - a task which takes in 61 miles, 47 Snowdonia peaks and 28,000 feet of ascent.

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SPOTLIGHT 15 50 GREATEST THINGS IN ATHLETICS We pick the best products and items from the world of athletics in our inaugural list 26 CINDY OFILI Interview with one of the unsung heroes of Rio after her fourth place in the Olympic 100m hurdles final 30 WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Diane Modahl, the 1990 Commonwealth 800m champion PERFORMANCE 36 Sports science news 38 Solve your nutrition problems 40 Power up your hamstrings 42 Psychological expectations NEWS 6 Purdue lands a ‘Plan B’ PB 8 Alison Leonard over Rio upset 12 Steve Lewis gets London upgrade RESULTS & FIXTURES 44 Results, including Frankfurt Marathon and World Trail Champs 56 Previews of the Saucony English Cross Country Relays in Mansfield and the TCS New York City Marathon 57 What’s On – events coming up on road, track and cross country REGULARS 34 YoungAthlete 61 Quiz–test your knowledge 62 Dip Finish