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She hasn't given up hope of training again one day, but for now is "just happy jogging along with the pretraining".
Here in Willenhall I thought we were jogging along quite well, until the Telegraph's deprivation chart showed us how bad it really is.
A family member said: "He was just jogging along with the dog wearing headphones when he got shot.
Police said the 26-yearold woman was jogging along the path off Coniston Avenue towards the park on July 27 when a man barged into her, grabbed her mobile phone and made off.
Chancey Luna, 18, was convicted of the August 2013 drive-by killing of Christopher Lane, then a 22-year-old student at East Central University as he was jogging along a residential road in Duncan, about 80 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.
The 73-year-old Crosby was driving toward the sun with limited vision when he hit 46-year-old Jose Jimenez, who was jogging along the right side of the road.
The father-of-two had been jogging along the River Wear when he was found shortly after 8am.
It was my day off work and I was jogging along with a friend at 6am in Juffair near my home," the 27-year-old victim said in her statement to prosecutors.
Apart from jogging along Ipanema beach every morning with former Dutch striker Ruud van Nistelrooy, the Blues boss was a hugely popular analyst for American TV during the tournament - and he relished the experience.
The 36-year-old Emirati man was jogging along Al Nifah Road, Umm Al Quwain, about 6.
The woman encountered the female brown bear - and her cubs - while jogging along a road, Maj.
Brigadier Ruwan Wanigasooriya, Director/Spokesman, Media Centre - Ministry of Defence & Urban Development in a press release revealed that, "According to preliminary investigations around 1830 hrs on 5 May 2014 a senior sailor from the navy camp located few hundred meters away from the incident while jogging along the beach and had seen two young males carrying something wrapped in a fertilizer bag.