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“I Run On” Shortlisted For Kendal Mountain Festival

BY: Mary Johnson
02 November 2020

We’re so excited to announce that The Running Channel’s short film “I Run On” has been shortlisted for international film competition at the Kendal Mountain Festival!⁠ ⁠

“I Run On” is a motivational film for runners, created during the first lockdown when we were all missing parkrun, our running buddies or even getting outdoors.

We created this video to unite the running community virtually and encourage everyone to keep going.⁠ ⁠

Kendal Mountain Festival will take place from 19-29th November (virtually) and you can find out more about the festival here.

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