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I, like many of your read­ers, like to par­take of the lo­cal brew the night be­fore a race, to calm my nerves. But, fed up with ‘proper run­ners’ polishing their medals while I’m still plod­ding to­wards the fin­ish, I pro­pose a hand­i­cap sys­tem to even things up a lit­tle. At the front of the field would be those who stim­u­lated the lo­cal econ­omy by hav­ing 10 pints and a curry the previous evening, fol­lowed by those who had nine pints and a pizza, and so on. At the back would be the ‘elites’ who train twice a day and live on kale smooth­ies!

Peter Cherry, Mor­ley, Nr Leeds

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