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The Friends Provident International Winter League Walks saw the return of the experts, Peter Kaneen and Steve Partington at the National Sports Centre on Sunday . It was Steve's first race walking event since the Commonwealth Games other than the Parish Walk and after sharing the lead for the opening laps Peter opened up a decent gap to a record a tremendous 45.44.  Pics by Murray Lambden

Simon Capelen first race walked 10km on the road in the English Schools Championships in Sheffield in 1975. He broke the hour on one of the toughest 10km road courses you could imagine. The picture of Simon on the left is from the same year whilst taking part in the TT Course Relay Walk. Almost 32 years later, despite only dabbling at the sport in between, he recorded 58.35 at the NSC on Sunday. The walker with Simon on this occasion is Allan Callow who in 1975 (or soon after) was the Manx 10km record holder.   

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