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Digital Subscriptions > The Oban Times & Lochaber Times > 20th October 2016 > Fighter Alison runs to B-eat anorexia stigma

Fighter Alison runs to B-eat anorexia stigma

A 20-YEAR-OLD girl from Oban who suffers from anorexia ran her fastest ever 10km race last weekend – and said it was because she was running to raise awareness about the illness.

Alison MacVicar finished the Aviemore 10km route in 42 minutes, which works out at an average speed of seven minutes per mile.

She ran the race to raise money for B-eat – ‘the UK’s eating disorder charity’.

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