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Running Feat's Lucy Waterlow interviewed girl band Little Mix (to the envy of her young nieces) as they launched their new fitness range for USA Pro.

The popstars spoke about their body image and revealed how they keep fit, with Jesy admitting she enjoys running and often takes her niece with her in a buggy.

After years of training and racing, Jo Pavey came into her prime this summer at the age of 40. The British mother-of-two won the European 10,000m in August after a clinching bronze at the Commonwealth Games in July.

Running Feat first interviewed the Brownlee brothers, Jonny and Alistair, last year (read that interview here) and we were delighted to be given the opportunity to speak to them again ahead of this summer's Commonwealth Games. Here, they reveal what winning a medal would mean to them and how they hope they can inspire other people to take up triathlon...

Alistair Brownlee, 25, and younger brother Jonny, 23, have taken their sibling rivalry global through their incredible triathlon careers. Both have gained world titles while Alistair took the gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics with Jonny not far behind to take the bronze.

Olympian Louise Hazel surprised many when she announced earlier this year that she was retiring from international competition at the age of 27. The London-born champion heptathlete, who took gold at the Commonwealth Games in 2010, will now focus on a career as a personal trainer.

She wasn’t called ‘Sporty Spice’ in her girl band days for nothing and now Melanie Chisholm is living up to her nickname by taking part in the Great North Run. The singer, 39, is aiming to raise more money than former 400m runner Iwan Thomas at the half marathon (meanwhile he will be fundraising at the Great South Run).

As a former European and Commonwealth champion and the current holder of the British men’s 400m record (he ran 44.36 in 1997), Iwan Thomas has gone down in history as one of country’s best one lap runners. Since hanging up his track spikes, the 39-year-old Welshman has remained sporty by taking up endurance events including the London Marathon (where he has achieved a PB of 3 hours 58 minutes) and triathlon.