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Extracts from Nigel's 2006. The 38 year old Onchan dentist is the fastest Manx marathon runner of the year with his 2.44.32 in London in April. One of the surprise packages of the 2006/07 cross country season (although he won the final round last year the competition has been much stiffer in the first two rounds this year) he is planning to improve his time in London next year. But first, a bit of fun with a run out in the Honolulu Marathon where a sub three hour will suffice. After suitable recovery he will join the bumper Manx Harriers team in the Lancashire Championships as well as running in the Manx Cross Country Championships, the Manx Harriers 10km, the 20 miles and the Easter Festival 10km. A couple of weeks later he will run in front of Buckingham Palace, where this picture was taken by Paul Curphey in 2006, but without the smile as he strains to break 2.40. Nigel was born and bred in the Isle of Man but worked in Warrington before returning home two years ago. Typically modest, his main post race comment after a great third place on Sunday was about where Mike Garrett, who had been in better shape in training and who Nigel has frequently followed, would have finished had he not injured himself in the week leading up to the Syd Quirk Half Marathon.













































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