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SUN, SWEAT & SUSPICIOUS RUNNERS

WITH HER RUNNING SHOES - AND DISCO PANTS - PACKED, JENNY BOZON JETS OFF TO

MAGALUF TO RACE IN HER MOST UNLIKELY RUNNING DESTINATION YET

SOL MAGALUF 10K

When I first came across the Sol Magaluf 10K, I had my suspicions. When you think of Magaluf, it’s hard to think beyond a bunch of teens stumbling out of nightclubs after one-too-many fish bowls. But the more I thought about it, the more the prospect of running through the infamous Punta Ballena strip in Lycra sounded like fun, and it wasn’t long before I was on the phone to my boyfriend, Zak, to see if he fancied it.

With the race taking place on the Saturday evening, alongside its sister event, the Sol Magaluf Half-Marathon, we arrived late on the Friday evening, venturing out to grab a late-night pizza and a couple of beers to get into the spirit of things. And while “The Strip” was everything I suspected it might be, if a little less rowdy (being “out of season”), the hotel, bizarrely, was not.

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Find your inner joy with the August issue of Women’s Running, on sale now! We’ll tell you how to keep your running from becoming an obsession - and hear from one woman whose compulsion to run almost ruined her life (don’t worry – there’s a happy ending!). We’ve also spoken to experts to find out how you can run your way to inner happiness. Need a bit more inspiration to train? We’ll introduce you to three women who went from fitness-phobes to incredible runners, and we’ll also show you how to keep running throughout your whole life with our guide to age-proofing your body. Plus, we’ve got a guide to making the most of every session you run, tips on running a really fast half-marathon, and a four-minute workout for really busy runners. Quick - download your copy now!