Thousands of runners will pound the streets of Reading today to take part in the town's 34th Reading Half Marathon.
The event starts at the Green Park area of town and ends at Madejski Stadium. The organisers have made a downloadable map of the route available online.
A number of roads will be closed before, during and after the race.
Almost 9,000 runners have taken part in today's Brighton Half Marathon. The 13 mile race is not just a significant date in the South's sporting calendar, but also an opportunity for people to raise funds for causes close to their hearts.
This year's race was launched by international DJ Norman Cook, who also took part - we spoke to him and Simon Dowe from the Sussex Beacon which provides specialist care and support for men and women living with HIV. The Sussex Beacon charity organises the Brighton Half Marathon which is their biggest annual fundraising event.
Final preparations are underway for this year's Reading half marathon.
The thirteen mile race takes place tomorrow, starting and finishing at Green Park. More than 19,000 runners are expected to take part.
Last week we spoke to distance runner Jo Pavey as she prepares to take part in the Great South Run. She'll be running ten miles - but the weekend also hosts a shorter 5k event. And one of those taking part in that is a mother from Bournemouth who's become a poster girl for running, even though she says she's no athlete. Sam Mollaghan is part of Sport England's 'This Girl Can' campaign. As Sally Simmonds reports, she believes anyone can take up the sport.
A sport which was popular in parts of East Kent hundreds of years ago is being revived. Goal running involves two teams with players trying to catch their opponents before they make it back to base. It's a more complicated version of the game of 'tag' or 'it'. Teams from Maidstone Hockey Club have been training for a match against Ashford Barbarians rugby club later this month. We talk to one of the players Josh Littler and Vivienne Vidal, from Woodchurch Museum, who has organised the event.
The champion athlete Paula Radcliffe wants to encourage more women to take up running.
The marathon star will be in Portsmouth later today to launch a campaign ahead of this October's Great South Run.
The twenty-fifth annual Brighton Half Marathon takes place today. The organisers say that 12,500 amateur and elite athletes are expected to take to the streets with their running shoes firmly fastened.
The runners will start at Madeira Drive in Brighton at 9am and follow a 13.1 mile route around the city of Brighton and Hove.
Two thousand more runners are taking part in the 2015 event, compared to the Brighton Half Marathon of 2014.
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The roads along the route will be closed to traffic. For more details about race day visit the Brighton Half Marathon website.
Runners from across the south are among the 36000 taking part in the London marathon.
Mo Farah is among the favourites in his first marathon since becoming a double Olympic gold medallist. Running conditions are said to be near perfect, with many mnore thousand spectators lining the 26.2 mile route
Celebrities taking part include former Liverpool and England striker Michael Owen, Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer, and Michelin-star chef Michel Roux Jr. Rowers Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins pushed the famous red button at the start line on Shooters Hill.
James Rose, 29, from Maidstone, will run the London Marathon in aid of Make-A-Wish Foundation UK.
James was inspired to help the charity after hearing about how it helped his wife Amy, who was diagnosed with the rare bone marrow disease aplastic anaemia at the age of 13.
When Amy was 16, Make-A-Wish arranged for her to travel to America where she met the cast of her favourite TV show Friends.
As part of the wish day, Amy and her family also sat in the audience to watch an episode of the show being filmed.
James said: "Amy is now 27, and it still touches her when she talks about her time in hospital and the support that Make-A-Wish gave her and her family."