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Structural engineer runs Olympic marathon

Cundall structural engineer Freya Murray (second from left) came 44th out of 118 in the womens marathon at the London 2012 Olympic Games. She was drafted in as a late replacement for Paula Radcliffe who had suffered a foot injury.

Murray represented Scotland in the Commonwealth Games in 2010, finishing fifth in the 10,000m and seventh in the 5,000m. Murray was this highest placed British woman in Sunday’s event.
She joined Cundall in 2006 as a structural graduate engineer, working part-time while training and competing across the world.

Olympic Stadium legacy bosses last week said that they were committed to appointing a future use preferred bidder by the autumn.
London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) regeneration and community partnerships executive director Paul Brickell told NCE that he was confident the current bidding process would produce a tenant.

“We’ve got four excellent bidders in place,” he said referring to West Ham United and Leyton Orient football clubs, Burnley-based College of Football Busine

Freya Murray


Freya Murray

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