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AFD AT THE DOUBLE

THE VERNONS ANCHOR THEIR TEAMS TO EASY VICTORIES IN BEDFORD
The men’s race gets underway at a venue that came under fire for a variety of reasons

ANDY VERNON and his wife Natasha, the former Miss Doel, ran the anchor legs for Aldershot, Farnham & District after their respective teams had given them sizable leads before their final parade lap.

Here at the windswept outpost of the South of England Athletics Association’s jurisdiction, there were many critics of both the venue and the organisation, but much praise for the officials on the day who struggled under difficult circumstances.

Alasdair Kinloch of runners up Tonbridge leads Jamie Knapp of Southampton

No fastest lap medals were able to be presented as the results team of John and Sally Gandee were met with the double whammy of a computer malfunction and next to no internet coverage.

Several factors affected the proceedings. The venue was new as Rushmoor, which had been used since 1988, was not available. Bedford itself is also about as far from the South area’s centre as possible.

In addition to this, the usual two days of action was crammed into one. With toilets too far from the action, an inadequate sound system and a partial closure of the M1, it was a recipe for problems.

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SPOTLIGHT 14 LAURA MUIR From beating the world’s best over 1500m to her stint at a dogs trust 16 WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Former AAA 5000m champion and now successful coach Mike Baxter 18 PEOPLE’S MARATHON A nostalgic look back to a race which proved to be a real pioneer ACTION 20 BERLIN MARATHON Kenenisa Bekele just misses the world record in the German capital 22 SOUTHERN ROAD RELAY Aldershot, Farnham & District take senior titles in Bedford 26 NORTHERN ROAD RELAY Liverpool Harriers and Leeds take victory at Sport City 30 MIDLAND ROAD RELAY Charnwood retain women’s title as Bristol & West’s men are top PERFORMANCE 36 Sports science news 38 Athlete Insight – Sarah McDonald 40 Nutrition – boost your immunity 42 Products – base layers NEWS 6 No more buts for Bradshaw 8 English takes stock of tough 2016 10 Youth club break the mould 12 How Russia’s absence affected the Paralympics medals table PREVIEWS 56 Previews of the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run and Cardiff Half-marathon, plus TV guide RESULTS & FIXTURES 44 Results round-up 57 What’s On – events coming up REGULARS 34 Young Athlete 61 Quiz – test your athletics knowledge 62 Dip Finish

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