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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
The largest entry field in the history of the Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running will see more than 8,600 runners from 41 countries travelling to the Highlands this weekend, generating significant economic benefit for the local area.
More than GBP660,000 was raised for charity through last year's event, the biggest participatory sporting event north of the central belt.
In a new development for Sunday's event, runners will cross the finish line in a new event 'village' adjacent to the River Ness at Bught Park, a short walk from the centre of Inverness. A corresponding move …