Here is a nice video I found about the life and work of The Singing Waiters in London. In case you don’t know who the Singing Waiters are, they are an immensely popular surprise entertainment group that is performing all across the United Kingdom and elsewhere. The Singing Waiters from London are so popular that they are usually always booked out, so in case you are thinking about booking them you may want to do this plenty ahead.
If you want to learn more about the singing waiters from London, you may want to check out their blog at www.secret singers.com
According to a report over at Runners World, women are better at running marathons than their male counterparts.
The article in the magazine mentions a statistical analysis of marathon splits were they found that women are almost 19 percent better at running during marathons compare to men.
While it has been shown that males are the faster runners, they are considered not the smartest, a treat that plays a role when it comes to extended running times.
A Swedish researcher, Jens Jakob Andersen studied 1,815,091 results from more than 130 marathon runs during the past six years. A previously conducted report that studied marathons in Chicago, Illinois can up with similar results.
The most startling revelation of those studies is that men tend to slow down more in the second half of the run compared to female runners.
The study likewise found that the younger runners, aged 19 and under are amongst the worst performers. Those runners aged between 35 and 39 and 40 and 43 are found to be the best pacers.
Me and my buddies have been to the races this weekend, this time we visited the Racecourse in Exeter, the Exeter Jockey Club. This is one of the tracks I really like and we always have a load of fun when we’re there.
We also found out that they will be celebrating Devon Day on November 23rd so we’ll definitely be back soon!
If you check their site, there is some more information of what will be offered on Devon Day at the Exeter Racecourse on Sunday, November 23. The racecourse will be staging the first ever race for Dartmoor’s native ponies!! This is one event I am looking forward since I love ponies!!
The pony race will start at 12pm and afterwards the Clydesdales will take centre stage with professional jockeys’ on board.
Of course there will be lots of foods and drinks and a grand farmers market too along with some local bands. All in all there will be seven races!
To get there they have a free bus free bus from Exeter St David’s at 11.15am and the Bus and Coach Station 11.30am!