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McLEOD IS LEAD BUNNY AS PACE KEEPER ON NEWCASTLE STREETS

BRITISH international half-marathon runner Ryan McLeod will take up a new position in Sunday’s Great North Run as he leads the masses as one of the first group of pacemakers in the race’s 35-year history.

Keeping pace: Ryan McLeod will take part in the Great North Run as a pacemaker

As a pacing ‘Duracell Bunny’, McLeod, British half-marathon champion in 2014 and 2015, is tasked with clocking a gun-totape time of 95:00, racking up miles at slightly more than seven minutes apiece to help thousands of runners achieve PBs.

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