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Projects like the integration of Brasher and the refurbishment of our headquarters are major undertakings that have required significant investment and huge levels of commitment from our great team.
Brasher won his gold medal in the 3,000m steeplechase in 1956, although he is best remembered as a pacemaker for Roger Bannister in the first four-minute mile in 1954, and for co-founding the London Marathon in 1981.
Today John is as proud of his association with the London Marathon as of his Olympic medal, especially as he and his friend Chris Brasher, having visited the New York marathon and experienced the "buzz" of a big city event, re-mortgaged their homes to get the inaugural event off the ground in 1981.
Even before he took the helm, Clarke spent much of Leahy's overlong twilight planning the structure of his Tesco, one in which the UK business would be a semi-autonomous republic-a bit like devolving England and moving parliament to Holyrood, President Brasher would be his own man, reporting in for a weekly audience with a monarch free to tour the rest of his beloved empire.
Richard Brasher is leaving after 26 years at the firm - and just 12 months in the top job.
TRIBUTES poured in last night for Chris Brasher, the man behind the London Marathon, who died at his home near Lambourn in Berkshire.
Lindero Canyon Middle School student violinist Erika Ishii, 14, will appear with five other young musicians in a dream scene for the new CBS comedy television show ``Kate Brasher.
Brasher, who once rejected an honour from former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, planned the first London Marathon on March 29, 1981, with Olympian John Disley.
Carol, a busy mum of two from Washington, jumped at the chance to join the brasher team, after spotting the job advert in jobsnortheast.
TRIBUTES poured in last night for Chris Brasher, the man behind the London Marathon and tireless campaigner for conservation in Snowdonia, who died at home yesterday morning, age 74.
Owner Chris Brasher added: "I only have four horses in training at the moment but we have a lot of yearlings, two-year-olds and foals at home to look forward to.
Tiso are so confident, they've fitted me with a pair of Chris Brasher boots to put them to the test.
20% Reduction in the price of a loaf of bread promised by Tesco boss Richard Brasher
He then spent eight years with Lacoste Footwear, which is part of the same Pentland stable of companies as Brasher, before moving north to take the managing director's job at the Wearside firm.
At its annual October supplier conference, commercial and trading director Richard Brasher told suppliers they all needed to do their bit to help people make healthier choices.