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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
More than GBP380,000 was raised for charity following last year's Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running, it was announced yesterday.
Entries for the Loch Ness Marathon have grown by a record 93% since it started in 2002, attracting runners from across Scotland, the UK and overseas. And organiser hope this year's event will be even bigger. Runners wishing to take part in this year's Loch Ness Marathon on Sunday, October 2, should contact one of the event's official charities which have guaranteed places in the race. These include the six nominated charities - Highland Hospice, Leonard Cheshire, Maggie's …