"There are young lads here and this message will get to them and it will make it easier for them to get to the doctors when they have any issues."It will save lives." The event has now become a male equivalent of the popular Race for Life, where families and friends run together.
Amazing, I'm dancing around for five minutes, then all of a sudden it's what's next?
' And what of Rebecca Adlington's success at Beijing? 'I wish she'd won BBC Sports Personality of the Year, but that's me being biased. She used to run up to me and get autographs off me for friends and she was so excited about me.
That raises the question: If Kaepernick can’t get a job in Seattle, where can he get a job?
So far, other teams have shown no interest, ostensibly because they think he’s not a good fit in their offense but likely also because they have a problem with his decision to kneel for the national anthem last year.
The event was first set up by retired athlete and Olympian Colin Jackson and is due to be held at seven places across the UK this year, with Worcester so far attracting the most support.