Oscar's Everyone Day

Sunday 23rd June 2024
In 2021 Oscar the Grouch proposed one day each year where "we unite as a community and EVERYONE records an activity of some sort - a dog walk, a run, a swim, a ride, ski if you want...".

Sadly we lost Oscar in March, so I'd like to dedicate Everyone Day to him. Thank you for the inspiration you gave us Oscar.

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Last on at 12pm, 9th May 2024
F45 Oxfordshire
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I do a bit of slow running and some not speedy cycling and even the occasional swim when it’s too hot to do anything else - very much a wannabe athlete than a successful one. However something is better than nothing, right??!
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What’s the best bit of advice that you would give to new runners, bikers and swimmers?
Don’t worry about your pace or the distance, getting out there and doing something is the most important thing.
Recent Blogs
Liking the running! Dec 2010
I've got a job :) :) Nov 2010
XC today Nov 2010
XC tomorrow Nov 2010
LSR epiphany! Sep 2010
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17th Jun
General 14.6mi 1:08:55
16th Jun
General 22.8mi 1:37:33
16th Jun
General 1.2mi 6:47
15th Jun
General 1.3mi 6:19
15th Jun
General 10mi 28:59
12 Month Benchmarks Run Bike
Mile 12:50 2:05
5k 40:42 7:46
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