Mark Armstrong

Earlier this week, we at Sportlink in association with Athletics Norfolk launched a project which I really am so very excited about, the Sportlink Mile - Virtual SMile Challenge.

Norwich United striker Natty Stewart talks to Mark Armstrong about no regrets with King’s Lynn and how he’s thriving under the pressure of leading the line at Plantation Park so far this season

‘Uncoachable’ - that’s how Neil Featherby described me in the run-up to the Blickling Half Marathon last weekend.

Back-to-back narrow wins for the first time since the end of the 2019 season and all of a sudden the picture looks far healthier for Norwich City.

Todd Cantwell may have provided a man-of-the-match display in the win over Birmingham but the youngster insists he’s still “tuning back in” to his best form following his period out the side.

Anyone who has ever lost several hours if not days of their lives to games like Football Manager must have sympathised with Paul Warne.

All runners are being challenged to see how fast they can run a mile as part of a new virtual event.

Clock ticking towards full-time, City pushing forward in search of a winner. A classic Championship fixture full of action, chances and full-blooded challenges, this would have had a crowd bouncing.

More than 350 runners took part in the Blickling Half Marathon on Sunday morning.

More than 500 runners will take to the start line for the Blickling Half Marathon this weekend. Mark Armstrong looks at how organisers plan to keep runners safe

I have to say Mark’s column last week did make me smile with regards to his 26.2 miler of the previous weekend having ran with Alison, his wife the full way during her Virtual London Marathon.

The last time I was on the start line of an actual road race was the Bure Valley 10 more than a year ago.

Norwich City will be keen to see the back of the transfer window – Mark Armstrong looks as three key issues ahead of the 5pm deadline tomorrow

Norwich City goalkeeper Tim Krul is “more determined than ever” to get the Canaries back in the Premier League after getting back into the international fold with Holland.

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke’s questioning of Todd Cantwell’s attitude may have put off Premier League suitors coming in for the midfielder.

Norwich City have scared off Leeds United after setting a £25m asking price for midfielder Todd Cantwell according to reports.

Timm Klose, Ben Godfrey and Jamal Lewis have gone while Tom Trybull and Moritz Leitner have been told they are no longer required by Norwich City. We are witnessing the beginning of the end of a classic Canaries team.

Todd Cantwell is about to enter what could be a defining week in his Norwich City career.

I must start this week’s column with a big well done to all those people who completed their Virtual London Marathon challenge last Sunday.

Let’s get this out in the open straight away - I ran a marathon on Sunday - the 40th Race - Virgin London Marathon.

Chris Henderson admits leaving King’s Lynn Town will probably be a decision he comes to regret but that won’t stop him driving Gorleston up the football pyramid.

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