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In the middle distance event at Angmering Chris McCartney (M45) was fifth on the Blue 4.
Coral supports the Middle Distance Championship, while Ladbrokes sponsors the Mile Championship and 32Red backs three Championship categories - Three-Year-Old, Fillies and Mares and Marathon.
PROVISIONAL RE SULTS,EIRIAS MIDDLE DISTANCE TRIATHLON, MEN: 1 Christof Knoeri (Leeds Bradford Triathlon Club) 5-27.
The rivalry between Ovett and Sebastian Coe is often seen as one of the greatest sporting rivalries as they dominated middle distance running, setting world records and amassing medals.
Katherine Walker was DOUBLE DROP: Michael the hammer another double champion over the middle distance events.
Due to her retirement from the track, we have scaled down our support to her personally although we have committed ourselves to support development clinics for middle distance runners, at least for this year," he said.
The double Olympic champion initially started 'On Camp with Kelly' in 2004 as she wanted to help the next generation of British female middle distance athletes fulfil their potential.
Holmes, who is heavily involved in the development of British women's middle distance running, said: "I think it is superb that there is such competition among the British middle distance girls at the moment.
Pete Smith (Vets BAR champion, 2nd middle distance BAR).
Chris Harvey and Huw Owens will go in the middle distance events for the boys, Dan Nash has been picked for the high jump, Dan Millerchip the hammer and James Edwards the long jump.
Princeton University teacher Linda Gregg's sixth poetry collection, In the Middle Distance is an anthology of brief, free-verse creations brimming with passion, desire, and spiritual questions.
It's long been suspected that runners--even moderate-intensity, recreational middle distance runners--are more prone to intestinal gas than average, non-running adults.