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Kielder 10K

KIELDER 10K
2nd October 2021

Come and Beat the Bull! Run the Kielder 10K around the stunning Bull Crag Peninsula of Kielder Water.

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Kielder Run Bike Run

KIELDER RUN BIKE RUN
2nd October 2021

The Active Northumberland Kielder Run Bike Run follows an almost entirely off-road course around northern Europe’s largest man-made lake, Kielder Water, in Northumberland.

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Kielder Marathon

KIELDER MARATHON
3rd October 2021

Britain's 'most beautiful' marathon is back! The course which encircles the shore line of Kielder Water will attract thousands of runners and spectators.

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Kielder Half Marathon

KIELDER HALF MARATHON
3rd October 2021

The Race will start on Kielder Water’s spectacular Dam providing an inspirational backdrop for those taking part and spectating.

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Kielder Junior Runs

KIELDER JUNIOR RUNS
3rd October 2021

While the adults are out tackling Britain’s Most Beautiful Marathon back at Kielder Waterside Park our next generation of runners show us what they’re made of!

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4 months ago

The Long Run Collective
Smile Smile SmileOne thing that you can do for your health right now, which takes less than one second is to smile."When we smile, the brain wiring gets altered. The chemicals that are released are more positive." states Anand Chockalingam a heart disease specialist at University of Missouri Health Care.We know it might feel like there is very little to smile about right now but there is, and that is your health. 😄When you feel stressed or under pressure, which sadly we are all experiencing in different stages throughout this pandemic, your body releases many natural hormones including adrenaline and cortisol. Adrenaline increases your heart rate and blood pressure. Cortisol is the body’s main stress hormone. It increases sugar in the bloodstream. If you are truly in danger, these hormones can help you. They are part of what we call our fight-or-flight response.However, when stressed for a long period, these stress hormones are ever-present in our bodies and that, medical researchers warn, may lead to health problems.Dr. Chockalingam and we agree, a smile may be one way to help.It might seem or feel foolish ... smiling for seemingly no reason. But a smile does not involve drugs. It is not invasive like a surgical operation. It is free and it has no bad side effects."Once people smile, they are relaxing. This relaxation directly lowers blood pressure, improves sugar levels in the blood. If we are smiling, we are breaking that link between stress and health."#TBT to smiling our way around Kielder Marathon#smilesformiles ...
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4 months ago

Kielder Marathon
A little 26.2 mile run round Kielder this morning 🏔 ...
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