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Cheap Marathons

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Sep 2012
8:13am, 28 Sep 2012
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DeeGee
Free MXH? Nice. Can't do it this year, though.
Sep 2012
8:14am, 28 Sep 2012
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Foxy
madeyarun offers a £5 discount on the races he stages himself plus deals on hotels & flights - he works for an airline & has the experience of having run over 500 marathons.
Sep 2012
8:21am, 28 Sep 2012
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DeeGee
Works for an airline?

Now I'm tempted! I used to get some huge discounts when I was working for a tour operator!
Sep 2012
8:22am, 28 Sep 2012
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Derby Tup
Wharfedale Off-road Marathon is a lovely route, not expensive but not full 26.2miles

Beachy Head is a great day out but I guess you're already doing that
Sep 2012
8:27am, 28 Sep 2012
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DeeGee
I don't have Beachy on the list yet, actually. The East Sussex one next year is Brighton. One big event a year, and loads of fun little ones...
Sep 2012
8:29am, 28 Sep 2012
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Derby Tup
You should do BHM some-time DeeGee. It really is a great event. A surprising amount of running too ;-)
Sep 2012
8:31am, 28 Sep 2012
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DeeGee
It's a good one for me, as it's just about driving distance from my parents' house.

Not a good one for public transport, though, so no post-race "refreshment"
Sep 2012
6:26pm, 29 Sep 2012
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mxhornet
Yes it really is free, it's the parkrun of ultras :-)

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I'm after several marathons again next year. I've entered one costing more than fifty quid. Conseq...
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