Mark Armstrong

Norwich Road Runners’ Amy Beck mastered the “brutal winds” to take victory in the senior women’s race at the Mad March Hare 10K.

I make no apologies for writing about marathon running again this week particularly on the back of Nick Earl’s superb 2:14:38 performance in the Lake Biwa Marathon in Japan last Sunday.

Run Anglia editor Mark Armstrong has been picking the brains of some of the best in the marathon business

Ben Godfrey’s emergence at Norwich City has been rewarded with a call-up to the England Under-20s squad for internationals against Poland and Portugal later this month.

Emi Buendia is leading the Canaries’ charge for the Premier League and Mark Armstrong hopes he can keep on providing those magic moments for City

With Hull City as desperate for points as Norwich City, Mark Armstrong looks at five things to watch out for ahead of the Tigers’ visit

What I like about Daniel Farke is that he has brought fresh ideas and faces into a relatively tired Norwich City set up.

City of Norwich athlete Nick Earl is top of the UK marathon ranking list for 2019 after setting a new personal best of 2-14:38 at the Lake Biwa Mainichi Marathon in Japan.

Run Anglia editor Mark Armstrong rounds-up the parkrun events at Lowestoft, King’s Lynn, Thetford and Gorleston

Norwich City have just 10 more games to play this season but as it stands only two of them will kick-off at 3 o’clock on a Saturday afternoon.

Every win feels more and more crucial at the moment, but I feel we could be looking back at Friday night’s win against Swansea as one of the biggest.

Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa has warned his players not to look beyond their Championship clash against Reading on Tuesday evening.

Deputy head of sport Mark Armstrong explains his sense of relief that Anthony Ogogo has announced his retirement from professional boxing

Anthony Ogogo has announced his retirement from professional boxing due to an eye injury.

Dereham Town have to settle for a share of the spoils after late goal whilst Ben Fowkes hits four on Norwich United debut

The race for the Premier League is reaching its crescendo so we asked the club correspondents with hopes of the top-flight who they expect to be popping the champagne come the start of May

There’s more to running than racing, says expert Neil Featherby

Erik Riss is ready to “build” on a cracking start to his King’s Lynn career in the Premiership this season.

Dani Nimmock feels back “in a strong place” as she targets more marathon success this year.

Run Anglia editor Mark Armstrong rounds up the events at Thetford, Lowestoft, King’s Lynn and Gorleston

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