'People heckle me': top female runners speak out over abuse on streets

Athletes who cannot access usual facilities in lockdown talk of harassment while out training

A group of leading female runners have spoken out about the abuse and harassment they experience when they are training out on the streets and in parks because they cannot access their usual facilities during lockdown.

One runner revealed she no longer felt safe exercising in public while another described a violent incident in which an empty beer can was thrown at her.

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