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Sophie Power discusses She Races

Season 1, Ep. 245

Ultra runner Sophie Power joins us to discuss She Races, an organisation aimed at getting more women onto the start line and having a brilliant experience when they race. They want to support more race directors to make their events as accessible and inclusive as possible. We discuss some of the issues that women face with races and what needs to change.

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