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2014/09/02 06:59
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Brookes to honour Sir Roger Bannister Sir Roger Bannister He will join students from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences in a ceremony on the Gipsy Lane campus. Oxford Brookes vice-chancellor...
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2014/09/02 04:59
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Fewer than 1,000 places are left for Oxford half marathon 5:00am Tuesday 2nd September 2014 in News By Luke Sproule, Reporter covering Rose Hill, Iffley and Littlemore. Please call me on (01865)...
2014/09/01 08:58
2014/09/01 08:58
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A WOMAN has been jailed for three years after causing the death of Tom Bannister, whose family founded the Boundary Mill retail chain in Colne. The 48-year-old was killed after his friend Debbie...
2014/08/22 08:12
2014/08/22 08:12
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... letters ZA on the back of a car indicate that it comes from which country? 2.France is the largest country in Europe by land area, but which of the following African countries is the only one...
2014/08/22 07:43
2014/08/22 07:43
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Having recently decided to take part in my local half marathon in Oxford, I thought it would provide a good opportunity to raise funds for Ekklesia. In the first of a series of blogposts about my run,...
2014/08/18 07:59
2014/08/18 07:59
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Never too young to be a triathlete CHEERED on by his family and friends brave four-year-old William de Croos yesterday proved you’re never too young to be a sporting superstar when he completed a...
2014/08/17 23:51
2014/08/17 23:51
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Happy Mondays: Carole Ann Rice on hope, recorded messages and polite phone use WHAT does hope mean to you? Crossing your fingers? Praying for a positive outcome? Looking on the bright side or trying...
2014/08/14 13:39
2014/08/14 13:39
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In the middle of the previous century, the mile was a singular distance, a testing ground for the limits of human athletic ability. The world in the early 1950s was emerging from the Second World...
2014/08/08 08:34
2014/08/08 08:34
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Sixty years ago Thursday, Vancouver was the focus of the world. Creating the buzz? Two runners, one from England, one from Australia. On Aug. 7, 1954, at old Empire Stadium, Roger Bannister – the...
2014/08/07 22:12
2014/08/07 22:12
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AP PhotoThe way Roger Bannister defeated John Landy helped revolutionize strategy in the mile. Sixty years ago today, two dramatic races, finishing on the same cinder track within the same half hour,...
2014/08/07 07:50
2014/08/07 07:50
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Marathon man Brasher inspires London to get riding LONDON (Reuters) - As race director of the London Marathon Hugh Brasher was not exactly short of things to do with his time but when the invitations...
2014/08/06 23:33
2014/08/06 23:33
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It was thought to be impossible. No human, they said, could ever run the mile in under four minutes. And before Roger Bannister achieved the feat in early 1954 no one had. But it was Bannister’s...
2014/08/02 09:46
2014/08/02 09:46
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Back the boys: Michael Cheika and his Waratahs take on the Crusaders in the Super Rugby final on Saturday night. Photo: Getty Images You’re a Sydney-based rugby supporter, you say? No, you’re...
2014/08/01 12:04
2014/08/01 12:04
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READERS have written about Tory Shepherd’s column on religion in schools, great Commonwealth Games athletes of the past and Tony Modra. Basis for exclusion TORY Shepherd appears to be saying (The...
2014/09/02 06:59
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