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  • Events to get your kids up and nike running

If you’ve been inspired by Matt Roberts’ guide to running with children and Sally Brockway’s story about how nike running helped her connect with her autistic son, get started with your own family by checking out the events below.

  • Parkrun Junior 2K or 5K, nationwide

Monthly 2km runs for juniors (under-14s) at four locations in the UK. Weekly 5km runs for older children and adults are held on Saturday mornings at over 200 locations.

Donington Dash 5K, Lockington Village Hall, Derbyshire A relaxed running event to be taken at any pace you like, with stalls and refreshments on

Since the Olympics the school run has gained a whole new meaning. Peta Bee reports on the ‘endurokids’ going for gold Kit Monti has just been out for a three-mile run along the seafront near his Brighton home. It wasn’t his fastest, he says, as he saves his legs for race days. To date he has completed 12 races with a nike free 3.0 v5 shoes personal best of 26 minutes. Kit is inspired by Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis and the Brownlee brothers, but the person he’d most like to beat when he toes the start line in his next race is his dad, Adrian, who has been running for 15 years. And he’s getting closer, even though he is just 7 years old.

  • As it happened: England lose by 84 runs in third Twenty20

Re-live our over-by-over coverage as England slumped to defeat in the third and final Twenty20 match of the series Headlines: *England lose third and final Twenty20 of the series by 84 runs *George Bailey top scores for Australia with 49 off 30 balls *Stuart Broad takes three wickets but to no avail *Ashley Giles admits England guilty of schoolboy errors 12.05pm: Well, thank goodness for that. It was painful viewing in the end but thanks for sticking with this live blog today, and for following our coverage of all England’s international matches on this tour. George Bailey was the main.

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