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From zero to marathon hero: Tales from The Run Squad frontline

It takes a certain type of person who trips over his own feet and face-plants a mile before the finish line of a marathon to get up, ignore the cuts on his face, hands and knees, and soak in the kindness of the marathon spirit. But Run Squad member Stuart Malster isn’t your average sports-enthusiast-turned-runner.

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Hove Netball Team Needs YOU!

  Hove Netball team, set up by a group of West Hove Mums, is looking for more players to come and join their team. Hove Netball Team play Wednesdays 8.30 – 9.30pm at King Alfred indoor courts. Costs £5 and no experience necessary. Most players have not played for 20 years so are re-learning the rules and

Experience PLAY CONNECTED

WHAT IS PLAY & CONNECT? Simply put, the incredible Babolat Play and Connect uses sensored technological device located inside the handle of the Pure Drive racket that records downloadable play data via Bluetooth to a smartphone. The racket and software gathers data on your power, where the ball is hitting the strings, number of forehands,

Strength, Conditioning & Mobility course for Runners with West Sussex Barbell

This week West Sussex Barbell launched a very special course exclusively for THE RUN SQUAD. Strength, Conditioning & Mobility specifically designed for RUNNERS! At Nick Rivett Sport we spend a lot of time talking to runners and sports people during our working day and it is still very evident the lack of awareness as to how IMPORTANT

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The Run Squad sail through 2014 Brighton Marathon

Sunday 6th April saw 30 of our Run Squad runners take to the streets of Brighton and Hove and test their mind, body and soul to the limits. The weather was kind and we had perfect conditions, the support parties were also out in full swing. 26.2 miles will take it’s toll on the best

Are you ready? Sports Phsyiologist John Feeney guides us through to a successful marathon day!

This is a pretty chunky news post, BUT one we felt could not be shortened. Our good friend and sports physiologist John Feeney shares his knowledge, tips and very sound advice to give you the BEST Marathon day you can possibly have. If you want to ask John any further questions then tweet Joh @john1_feeney