Mile race anyone?

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Jul 2013
9:31am, 26 Jul 2013
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Dowse
An invite to all Fetchies,

Birmingham Running Athletics & Triathlon (BRAT) Club are organising some open mile races this Saturday starting at 17:00 at the University of Birmingham athletics track. It's going to be quite a low key relaxed afternoon*. All ages and abilities welcome subject to spaces and it would be lovely to see some Fetchies.

If anyone would like to have a go at setting a mile time or has any questions then reply on here, drop me a message or check out:
bratclub.co.uk

Dowse

*Unlike a Fetch mile, there probably won't be any cake, sorry :-( There might be some loose jelly babies in the bottom of my bag if you're desperate.
Jul 2013
9:44am, 26 Jul 2013
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Dowse
Link to the race on Fetch:

http://www.fetcheveryone.com/viewracedetails.php?id=90295

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