Broken foot can't halt Charlie Flynn as thousands hit streets of Glasgow for Great Scottish Run

Broken foot can't halt Charlie Flynn as thousands hit streets of Glasgow for Great Scottish Run
 

MORE than 30,000 people have hit the streets of Glasgow for the return of Scotland's biggest mass participation running event.
The 10k was set off on Sunday by Bank of Scotland ambassadors, Olympic gold medal-winning cyclists Callum Skinner and Katie Archibald.
The half-marathon was started by Commonwealth and Olympic medallists Charlie Flynn, who turned up with a stookie on his leg after he fractured his foot in training two weeks ago, Mark Bennett and Karen Bennett.
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2 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 35
Source: Daily Record
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