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The 30km walk at the 1982 Commonwealth Games by Owen le Vallee

and part two



Peel Hill Race video


Part 1 of the Manx Mountain Marathon video


and part 2


Murray's You Tube film of the Snaefell Fell Race


By popular demand - You Tube video the Blackrock 6 mile veterans  handicap

I didn't take any video but I've set the photos to music.

Sorry for the delay with other videos.



Murray's You Tube Video of the senior Manx Gas League final round winter 2006/2007


Video of the 2007 HSBC 20km & 30km walks


Video of the 2007 HSBC 10km run


Video of the 2007 Leinster Management  20 miles


Here is a video of the Manx 20 miles from 1997

I've had to heavily condense the film to meet the YouTube file size criteria so sorry about the quality. It took me a long time to get the film edited as I am still learning but hopefully I'll get a few more made from some of my old film. Murray 7/3/07


Gillian O'Sullivan won the silver medal in the World Championships in 2003. She competed in the Manx Harriers open meeting every year from 1996 to 2001. The video above is from 1999. She returns to the event a week on Saturday.

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Here is an interview with Chris Quine from 10 years ago - I wonder what he thought he would be doing by now! Also a sneak preview of Bernard Cannan's glasses! Now that I am getting the hang of YouTube you can expect plenty more "classic" videos over the next few months.




Bradda Fell Race 2007








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