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October marks Black History Month in the UK, and to celebrate this The Start Line Girls are taking a look at people who are making history in the Black Community.  In this special episode we speak to Jesse (Specs) Spellman, creator of online running publication Mid Strike Magazine, an avid runner since 2016 and proud member of Black Men Run NYC.  Jesse's goal was to create a diverse magazine which showed our run culture and journeys. As a runner Jesse always struggled to find stories of runners that look or sounded like him and other runners in the black community, both in the US and worldwide, so he decided to launch Midstrike Magazine, a publication which celebrates the beauty of blackness and champions our stories, recognising amazing people, giving the spotlight to those who are often not celebrated.  As Jesse takes on the London Marathon on 2nd October 2022, we celebrate him and the team at Midstrike for the wonderful job they do in celebrating us!You can follow Midstrike Magazine on Instagram or head to their website to subscribe.We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
After an unannounced summer hiatus, The Start Line Girls are back! Join us as we recap on what we got up to this summer, get the lowdown our favourite restaurants in Croatia (Corto Maltese and Pandora Greenbox in Split; Paradise Garden in Hvar) and hear about Dee's birthday trip to Porto.  We also hear from ERC members Rachel and Nina, who dropped us a voice note, sharing their thoughts on participating ERC's Black Crews United Carnival Run (Rachel) and the experience of running on the mother continent in Marrakesh (Nina). We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
We continue our series of bonus episodes recorded live last month from the Emancipated Run Crew stand at The National Running Show South!  This time Dee meets new ERC recruit Anthony Roache and finds out about life as a new dad and runner as well as hearing how this remarkable runner managed to run three marathons on three consecutive Sundays as well as fasting for Ramadan!We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebookby searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Support the show
A special treat for listeners as The Start Line Girls bring you all the juice from the Emancipated Run Crew stand at The National Running Show South!  In these bonus episodes, Dee & Jules chat to ERC members as well as show attendees who share their running stories as well as their experiences at The National Running Show.  In this short session we catch up with Aubrey, a personal trainer and new runner who shares his goals as a new runner as well as this thoughts on why representation matters .We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebookby searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Support the show
A special treat for listeners as The Start Line Girls bring you all the juice from the Emancipated Run Crew stand at The National Running Show South!  In these bonus episodes, Dee & Jules chat to ERC members as well as show attendees who share their running stories as well as their experiences at The National Running Show.  ERC's youngest official member, Nina Ashton, joins Jules for a quick chat, as she shares her experience of growing up as a young black girl in Farnborough (home to National Running Show South), how she worked her way from being a 50 minute 5K runner to a sub-50 minute 10K runner and how being part of the ERC family has transformed her experience of running.We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebookby searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Support the show
A special treat for listeners as The Start Line Girls bring you all the juice from the Emancipated Run Crew stand at The National Running Show South!  In these bonus episodes, Dee & Jules chat to ERC members as well as show attendees who share their running stories as well as their experiences at The National Running Show.  For the first episode of this special NRS series,  we chat to fellow ERC member Lionel Mullins about how he discovered running as a way to relieve the stress of his father being diagnosed with dementia.We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
The Start Line Girls have an extra special treat lined up for their 3rd anniversary edition, as they are joined  by their good friend, award-winning leadership coach, author, speaker and educator Michelle Moore.  Michelle joins TSL to talk about her  acclaimed debut book Real Wins, which draws on Michelle's work delivering coaching and leadership programmes during a twenty year’ career in senior leadership roles across sport, government and education. Frank, funny and fierce, Michelle explains how she uses lessons learned during her careers and also her experience as a young athlete to provide tools for overcoming fears and negative self-talk and shows us how failures to lead us to success which is framed on our own terms, and why challenging preconceptions and stereotypes around race, class and gender is the key to securing Real Wins. Check out Michelle's website to find out more about Ms Moore and where you can buy your own copy of Real Wins.We also talk about that Samsung ad and why Petrina thinks it's just a matter of common sense!We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thestartlinepod)
Celebrating International Women's Day and Women's History Month, The Start Line Girls take a look back in the archives to their favourite moments from the ladies who have graced The Start Line Podcast over the last 3 years. Check out the featured episodes:Ep 5 - But My Hair… (Yes, Black Girls DO Run!) featuring Matila Egere-CooperEp 7 - It Just Gets Better with Time (featuring Donna McConnell)Ep 13 - We Run: TSL Meets... Black Girls Do Run UKEp 16 - What Happens When You Break The Silence?Ep 17 - It's All About The Race!Ep 22: World Cancer Day: Steph’s StoryEp 23: TSL In The Round For International Women's Day - Being A Mistress of Her Own DestinyEp 26: Going Behind the Podcast with Pilar Arthur-Snead from The Last TenthEp 31 - Learning to Dance In The RainWe'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thestartlinepod)
Ep 33 - Marcus Runs

Ep 33 - Marcus Runs

2022-02-2855:41

The Start Line Girls are back with episode 33, the last in the series of the 'Behind the Podcast' episodes.  This month, our special guest is Marcus Brown (formerly known as Marathon Marcus and now as Marcus_Runs on Instagram!). Marcus is what we would call an 'Amateur Elite' athlete!  A man of many marathons, he is a co-founder of Black Trail Runners, co-host of BTR podcast 'The Checkpoint' and his own podcast 'A Runners Life'. Marcus speaks to The Start Line Girls about his life as a runner, activist and someone who constantly kicks himself out of his comfort zone, pushing himself to do the things that he wouldn't otherwise do. There's a lesson for all of us in Marcus' attitude, we hope you will all strive to run a marathon (or at least in your dreams!) soon!We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
The Start Line Girls are back for 2022 and in this episode they look back to their favourite running moments of 2021, discuss the issue of female safety, talk about what they are looking forward to in 2022 and share their first experience of hosting at stand at The National Running Show with Emancipated Run Crew.We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thestartlinepod)
After suffering another recent loss, the Start Line Girls are back after a little hiatus, as  Dee, Jules and Petrina invite their mother Imogene to talk to them about coping with loss and how life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain.If you're suffering from a bereavement, you may want to check the Mind website which has some useful resources for support and assistance: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/guides-to-support-and-services/bereavement/about-bereavement/We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list on our website so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thestartlinepod)
The Start Line Girls dedicate this episode to our beautiful, funny, caring, special friend and loved one David Ajilore who passed away from gall bladder cancer on the 28 August 2021💔💔💔. We think you would have appreciated this episode hun!❤️‘We understand that in order to achieve anything noteworthy in life it takes a combination of grit and grind.’ Derek OxleyOur guest in this special episode is Derek Oxley, the amazing podcaster, one of the first,  (Behind The Wheel Podcast), public speaker, business man (GRIND - Giving Relentless Immediate Nutrition to your Dream ), marathon runner, proper sneakaholic, educator and lover of Argyle socks! After being introduced to running by his sister following a challenging period of his life, Derek started to pound the streets….and hasn’t stopped since. He has completed many marathons and not only does he regularly take part in this activity, he talks about it too. A lot. All the time. On his fantastic podcast, where he speaks to ordinary people doing EXTRAORDINARY things! He catches up with the girls about his his podcasting business, running journey, his profiling whilst finishing his first marathon, and the fragility of the male ego!!!Listen to Derek’s podcast on: https://www.derekoxley.com and all your podcast platforms and give him a follow on Instagram to find out how you can IMAC your life!We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thestartlinepod)
In part 2 of the Blazing Trails series, The Start Line Girls are joined by Sabrina Pace-Humphries and Sonny Peart, co-founders of the trailblazing Black Trail Runners (BTR), on the day they celebrated the first anniversary of their launch.   The group which was born in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movements of 2020, was formed to create a space for Black runners to experience the joys and challenges of trail running.  BTR actively campaigns for an increase in representation, inclusivity and access to a sport where black people represent only 0.7% of trail race entrants, in a country where they are 4.5% of the population.  On 1 August 2021, Black Trail Runners together with Strava launch the 4.5 challenge, which asks participants to  complete 4.5 hours of activity on Strava between 1-31 August,  (it doesn't have to be trail running!),  then donate a minimum of £4.50  to help more Black people to experience trail running. Some more on the BTR founders:Sabrina Pace-Humphreys is a 43 year old mother of 4 and grandmother of 2. Sabrina started running after the birth of her fourth child in 2009. She initially took up the sport as a way to lose 5 stones of weight gained through her pregnancy, and manage her mental health while living with post-natal depression. By self coaching over time she lost the weight but also found a passion for running and used it as a way to ‘reclaim herself’ while living with anxiety and depression. In her early running journey, Sabrina completed a variety of distances from 5K to marathon distance and has travelled the world via the love of her sport – completing New York, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, Edinburgh and London Marathon to name but a few.Sonny Peart took up running in 2012, since then he has completed a dozen marathons, including London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Brighton. Now a trail and ultrarunner, he completed the Centurion Running 50 mile Grand Slam in 2019, and the 100 mile Grand Slam in 2020/1. This year he became an ASICS Frontrunner. He co-founded Black Trail Runners in July 2020, aiming to increase the participation, inclusion and representation of black people in trail running. When not running or campaigning for diversity on the trails, he teaches at King’s College London, and enjoys watching Bielsa ball.You can follow Black Trail Runners on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter and sign up to their 4.5 Strava challenge. Don't forget to check out their website, which has  all the info on their trail running taster sessions, as well as other races that they are attending!We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also follow the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
The Start Line Girls return with the second  instalment of their  Behind the Podcast sessions. This month we interview India Cook and Tommy Mitchell creators and hosts of The Run Duo Podcast. The Run Duo Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast which was launched in 2018. Co-Hosts India Cook and Tommy Mitchell are Atlanta-based runners, who have enjoy running at all distances - from 5ks to marathons. This dynamic duo talk all things running on their brilliant podcast, as they educate and entertain their listeners. Tommy and India also interview a diverse selection of guests from casual to pro runners.  The Run Duo Podcast are passionate about making running relatable for all.  We find out about who they are (and their fun facts may surprise you!), what keeps them running, what keeps them podcasting and why Atlanta is such a great running city.You can follow the Run Duo Podcast on Instagram and listen to their podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, PodBean, Iheart radio, and Sound Cloud or wherever you get your podcast fix.We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also subscribe to the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thestartlinepod)
Danny Stokes is a father of two from Basildon, Essex and a teacher and head of house at Mulberry Academy, Shoreditch in East London. He's a trail runner who has completed all sorts of events,  including several trail marathons and he is transitioning to ultras, with a 40 miler under his belt (although he claims that he is ‘NOT FAST!’)He loves working with young people and he loves trail running so combining the two was always on the cards. In April 2021 Danny started Trail Fam. Following the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement, Danny was moved to do something to effect change to improve diversity and give back something tangible for his students and the young people he is passionate about working with, but he could not immediately figure what that was. It was when Danny thought about his experience during lockdown,  the fact that he lived in an area which was green with lots of open spaces, compared to the likely experience of students, many of who often lived flats or tower blocks with no easy access to green spaces. He then realised that his love of trail running could be combined with his passion for helping young people and Trail Fam was born. Danny says ‘I’m incredibly serious about the impact I have on the lives of the young people I work with and TrailFam is my way of having such an impact. Putting the fam front and centre, giving them opportunities to explore the outdoors and claim natural spaces as equals means everything to me and I cannot wait to tell you all about it!’The work Danny is doing is incredible, and The Start Line Girls would like to thank Danny and his colleagues at Mulberry Academy Shoreditch in East London, for bringing this joy to our young people.  The team is doing great work and we're sure this will explode into something really fantastic across London and beyond. And thank you to the students for being brave, trying something new and challenging yourself. You are AMAZING! Be proud of you!You can follow Trail Fam and all their adventures on Instagram.We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also subscribe to the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
The Start Line Girls have got some bonus treats in store for you starting this month, as we kick off our Going Behind The Podcast series!  We will be speaking to some of our favourite podcasters to bring you their stories, getting closer to the person behind the podcast.  First up is one of our favourite ladies, Coach Pilar Arthur-Snead, host of The Last Tenth Podcast. Podcaster, runner, coach and former photographer, Coach Pilar started running in 2015 shortly after turning 43.  Starting with a 5k race, within a year Pilar had completed a half marathon, before moving on to complete 7 marathons (including 3 World Majors).  Pilar has just completed her first ultra marathon, running a whopping 35 miles - at the age of 49! This incredible woman shows that neither age nor race, size nor health condition (she suffers from asthma) should be a barrier to running.  She believes that fitness is for every BODY, no matter their age, size, shape, gender, current ability or physical limitation.  As Pilar so aptly puts it: "The only thing a runner needs is a commitment to the training process and the motivation to be one’s best self."  You can listen to The Last Tenth on all your usual podcast platform, including Apple Podcasts and you can also keep up with  Coach Pilar by following her page  on Instagram.We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also subscribe to the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
In the week that marked one year since the killing of George Floyd, the Start Line Girls were absolutely honoured to speak to Deo Kato, an amazing young man who is using running as a form of activism. He is on track to complete an incredible 381 day running streak where he has run at least 10k every day! Inspired by the 381 day strike that African Americans participated in as part of the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955, Deo started running last year after the murder of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Bryonna Taylor and all of the inequalities thrown up by the Covid pandemic. His roots of growing up in Uganda, his experiences of racism in the UK, his amazing story of how he started running, his life in Australia, New Zealand and London needs to be captured in a book - but here we have it in our podcast! Deo is running his last day of his run streak on 21 June 2021, from Victoria Park in Hackney to Regents Park, we’ll be joining him to celebrate the end of this amazing journey! We hope you will also join us to celebrate with him and that you will also be inspired to use running as a catalyst for social change. You can follow Deo on Instagram - @deoruns_381We'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod.  You can also subscribe to the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hands on some TSL merch!).  We'd also love to stay in touch, so don't forget to subscribe to our email list so that we can notify you when the latest episode is coming out!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thestartlinepod)
Ep 24 - And We're Two!

Ep 24 - And We're Two!

2021-05-0918:10

The Start Line is celebrating 2 years, 24 episodes (well, 25 including the bonus TSL In The Round special ep...) and almost 4.5k downloads!  We take a look back at the our top 5 most popular episodes in this short but sweet birthday edition.  Thanks to all our listeners for sharing this journey with us - your listening ears are something we will never take for granted.  We would love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod and subscribe to the show on your favourite podcast provider or at our website thestartlinepod.com (where you can also get your hand on some TSL merch at our shop, as well as leave us a voice message (just click on the blue mic on the bottom right of the page!)).  Don’t forget to leave us a review too - you may even receive a shout out!  Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
8 March 2021 is International Women’s Day and in celebration of this day we bring together for conversation some of our incredible sister-friends, who have each chosen to create their own paths in life, shaking things up and intelligently breaking down the perceptions society may have of them as black women. They are creating their own destinies whilst smashing expectations. They show the world what it is like to succeed and thrive despite where you start out. We discuss what it is to be a black woman in 2021, black female empowerment, creating our own destinies, juggling the gifts of marriage, motherhood, work or embracing and cherishing being single, independent and free. We discuss the significant part black women play in dismantling racism and social inequalities. Finally we reflect on what gifts we can impart on the princesses and Queens coming up behind us. We give thanks to each Queen who blessed us with their presence, their light, their sisterhood and their fierceness:Afua Basoah (@abasoah)Donna McConnell (@fitfetishblog)Jennifer White (@airyfairyjenz)Kristen HindsLesley McKenley (@lesleymckenley)Matilda Egere-Cooper (@matildaegerecooper)Marsha Jackson (@marshajackson1000)Taponeswa Mavunga (@taponeswa)SPREAD THE WORD. LEAVE A RATING, REVIEW, AND FEEDBACKWe'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod or drop us an email at thestartlinepod@gmail.com. You can subscribe to the show on your favourite podcast provider or at http://thestartlinepodcast.com so you never miss an episode!  And if you like what you hear and think someone you know would too, please share the episode - this and submitting a rating or review on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher, really helps us to grow and get in front of new listeners. We really do appreciate you and your support!And don't forget to head to The Start Line Pod Shop to order your TSL sweaters!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thestartlinepod)
On 4th February 2021, we ‘celebrated’ World Cancer Day. Cancer had never been a feature in our family, up until 2019, when it erupted into our lives with our Auntie Bev being diagnosed with lung cancer and our Dad with prostate cancer. Auntie B passed away in May 2019, five months after her diagnosis. Our darling cousin Stephanie, Auntie Bev’s daughter, is now cruelly travelling through her own cancer journey, having been diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2020, almost a year to the day of Auntie’s initial diagnosis. We hear directly from Steph - Stephanie Allsop - an incredible wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend and cousin. She is a business woman and someone who still lives life despite the fact that she’s battling stage 4 cancer. She is a strong, resilient woman, who has been through so much in her 37 years. Steph is a fighter and now she is literally fighting for her life - fighting for her husband and children. Stephanie is using her story to give hope and support to others. We really hope that hearing her words will offer some  comfort to many, some in the midst of their own fight against cancer, others struggling through so many difficult things at this time. We hope that through listening, you will find that One Good Thing that you need to hold on to.You can follow Steph’s story by following her Instagram page - @screenshot_to_health_Or find Steph’s group on Facebook - Screen.ShottWe'd love to hear from you, so please follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for @thestartlinepod and subscribe to the show on your favourite podcast provider or listen on our website! And don’t forget to rate and review us!Theme music: Street Festival by Franco Eneiro. Used under licence.Support the show
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