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Marathon 2006 Gallery: Start
The start of the 2006 Swindon Half Marathon

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If you, a friend or a family member ran in this year's Swindon Half Marathon, tell us your experience!
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Sean Montague!
That's me the far left with the tridents top on!

Stumpy McLeod (No Limb-its Too!)
Myself and les wish to thank everyone that supported us and donated on our way around marathon.We collected £64 and raised approx £850 for Douglas Bader Foundation. Also congratulations to all those that completed the course,see you next year. www.justgiving.com/robandlezza

Dennis Salter
Admittedly, it's my home town and I'm probably biased - but I speak from 20 odd years of running experience. This half marathon was up there with the very best. Fantastic course and brilliant organisation. Everyone involved should be proud.

Caroline Gates
Six months ago I couldn't run 1 mile, I was inspired by my athletic 13 year old daughter, I trained and completed the half marathon in 2 hours, 2 minuetes. I enjoyed every step of it and finished feeling totally elated. Thank you to those who give up time to organise this event.

Caroline Mackie
I am very proud Mum of Martyn doing his first half marathon with work mates from The Gym Uk in aid of Carers support north Wilts.

Sally Metcalf
Well Done to my Fiance Steve Metcalf on completing the Half Marathon, and to my brother Nick Vincent too.

Mrs Mandy Rice
A big well done to Geoff and Harry Rice for completing the course in under 2 hrs.Especially as this was Harrys first half marathon, a day after his 17th birthday. Both found the hills a challenge.

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