Sarnia Walking Club hold events throughout the year for men and women.
The annual church-to-church competition, where competitors have to touch each parish church in a 19.4 mile race is a special Guernsey event attracting world class competitors. This race has been walked for well over 70 years, although if you believe the Guppy cartoons, its more like 7,000 years.
Guernsey competitors also compete in the Commonwealth Games.
Read more about this topic: Sport In Guernsey
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