She is coming off a big win in Budapest earlier this month.
Irish runner Fionnuala Britton has had a good year. Earlier this month, she proved victorious in the European Cross Country Championships in Hungary. That win was hardly easy with sub-zero temperatures and frozen ground. Still, Britton showed her fitness by injecting a massive surge with 2K left to go.
It was a move that ultimately paid off.
On January 5, Britton will be close to home, in Scotland, competing in the annual Bupa Great Edinburgh Cross Country, a team race that pits European, British, and the United States against one another.
Britton will be joined by Portugal’s Ana Dulce Felix, who lost to her in Budapest.
“Fionnuala ran another fantastic race to clinch a second successive gold medal where she kept her nerve, when Felix looked as if she might mount a successful challenge over the final circuit,” remarked Edinburgh’s elite athletes manager, Andy Caine.
“After that victory she immediately confirmed her availability for Edinburgh and that sends out a clear message she is determined to be just as hungry for another win, whatever the conditions may be like.”
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