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Euro Run-Net Striders

The Virtual Running Club for the European Run-Net community

Updated: 2018-03-06T01:30:50.397+00:00




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I just want to thank Billy for his video contributions on this video. Everytime you see a nice clear shot with no steam or water on the lens, thats a shot Billy took, and I am sure you will all agree add something special to the video.

I enjoyed editing and the making of this video so much, so many fond memories. I really like the contrast between this and the last group run which was the "Swift half". The idea of mixing it up and doing a competitive style run like the "swift half" and a social style run like "the dream inspires" is fantastic, so on that note the next run may be a PR :-)

More photos of those crazy Oxford runners!


(image) Dark, muddy, raining and cold... not the perfect race, but the warmth and laughs - the shared adversity, made Steve Chopper's Oxford Spires race a winner! Here's a link to photos taken by Billy (and a CD of videos is on its way to Master Video Czar, Phil).

The JET Fusion lab was really cool too.

Thanks Steve Chopper!

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Photos from the 2009 WWFoR


There are already a few photos posted from the event on Sunday.

I'll update this post with links as I find out where folks have posted their pictures online:

Welcome to the Euro Run-Net Striders Blog


Following our hugely successful World Wide Festival of Races event in Oxford, I thought it might be nice to form a little online community for the folks who want to stay in touch & be involved in future events we might put together.

So, I've put this blog together as a starting point. We can use this to publicise any events we have coming up, or need to know about.

There's also a Google Groups mail list that we can all subscribe to, so that we can keep in touch via email. You can apply for membership here.