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COMPETITIONS


Free goodies up for grabs – enter at www.runningfreemag.co.uk


FANTASTIC WEEKEND BREAK IN AN ICONIC RETRO VW CAMPERVAN COURTESY OF CAMP IN A VDUB WORTH £410


PERSONALISED 6-PACK GC TECH™ COMPRESSION SOCKS WORTH £200


Travel to races in style and make a weekend of it in a retro VW Type 2 campervan. Our campervans are equipped with all the mod cons including, heating, fridge, hob, grill, oven, TV, Freeview and DVD to make your event or holiday an enjoyable one. Able to sleep up to two adults and two younger children in the van, plus two adults in the drive away awning, our concept is simple – no fuss, no hassle. We offer an all inclusive hire to allow you to simply pick up the keys and head off from our base in Chobham, Surrey, just off Junction 3 of the M3. You can book Patsy, Daisy or Wilf with prices ranging from £350 for a weekend break in low season to £750 for seven nights in high season. Dogs are welcome too when hiring Daisy or Wilf. Checking availability and booking is simple at www.campinavdub.co.uk, or contact us on 0871 234 4331. ■ Enter at www.runningfreemag.co.uk


THE EDINBURGH HALF WORTH £99 EACH 2 X GOLD FOR LIFE PLACES IN


The Edinburgh Half Marathon expects around 4,000 runners in 2011. We’ve got two free places on their unique Gold For Life scheme. The scheme, which usually costs a one-off fee of just £99, offers free entry to the half marathon for life plus the chance to select your own gold number for life. You’ll also get a gold medal, a gold goody bag, and VIP treatment at the pre-event pasta party and post-event VIP hospitality. And, if for any reason you cannot run, you can pass on your number to another runner. Normal entry is from £27. For more info, visit www.edinburgh-half.co.uk. ■ Enter at www.runningfreemag.co.uk


for the ladies!


One 8 PAIRS OF TICKETS VITALITY SHOW


The Vitality Show is the UK’s largest health, beauty, fitness, healthy eating and wellbeing event for women. It takes place between 24th and 27th March 2011 at Earl’s Court, London and will feature over 300 companies, as well as interactive attractions, expert speakers and demonstrations giving you ideas on how to feel great. www.vitalitylive.co.uk. ■ Enter at www.runningfreemag.co.uk


CLOSING DATE: JANUARY 31ST 2011


DON’T MISS IT! You can enter all of our competitions online at: www.runningfreemag.co.uk. Visit the website after the closing date to see if you’ve won.


There is no purchase necessary to enter these competitions. Employees of Standfi rst Media Ltd, VW Vans, Evexar Compression Advisory, the Edinburgh Half Marathon, the Vitality Show, Aubery Books and employees thereof are not eligible to enter these competitions. The winners will be picked at random from the correct entries received by the closing date. No correspondence will be entered into regarding this competition. There is no cash alternative to the prize.


The gc tech™ compression sock is the elite professional’s sock of choice: used by the national football and rugby teams, Premiership football clubs, athletes and international golfers. The gc tech™ sock is scientifically proven to improve blood-flow from tired muscles. It is used to assist recovery, reduce cramps, aches and swelling in the lower limbs. Improved venous return boosts performance too. The ingredient Aqua Draw actively removes moisture keeping you dry and cool and there are also materials included keeping bacteria at bay. gc tech™ socks are available in selected specialist sports retailers. www.compressionadvisory.com. ■ Enter at www. runningfreemag.co.uk


5 X COPIES OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTER OF LONDON MARATHON RUNNERS 2001 TO 2010


Are you a fact finder? A stats nut? Or do you just like to see your name in print? Then this is the book for you. It lists around 350,000 names but it is also interspersed with facts about each year of the marathon (from 2001 to 2010). It retails at £60.


All the details are on www.aubreybooks.com. ■ Enter at www.runningfreemag.co.uk


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GEAR AND GOINGS ON


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