December 2019 - A third Shrewsbury School trip to East Africa where a larger group of students and staff experience the amazing forests and trails of Bekoji under the coaching of Coach Sentayehu.
July 2015 - 'How grassroots athletics has developed in the 'Town of Runners' - IAAF Athletics for a Better World feature on RAB's work in Bekoji.
October 2014 - A second 'Coach in Residence' with Shrewsbury School this time with Cross Country legend John Ngugi.
November 2013 - Students and teachers from Shrewsbury School embark on a trip of a life time to Ethiopia and Kenya to take Coach Sentayehu up on his invitation from 2012 to visit them. Assistant Head Peter Middleton writes up about the trip here.
August 2013 - IAAF feature article: 'Ethiopia’s Dinknesh Mekash destined for Marathon greatness?'
November 2012 - RAB's first Coach in Residence' to Shrewsbury School, UK covered by BBC News. None other than Coach Sentayheu from the Town of Runners,
May 2012 - Urga Negewo (left) wins his 2nd Belfast marathon in course record (2.13.41) paced by RAB Bekoji athletes Edao Welay and Aman Suffo and accompanied by Coach Sentayehu
April 2012 - Official International release of documentary 'Town of Runners' at the Tribeca Film Festival, New
York and in London at the Ritzy cinema. Coach Sentayehu Eshetu from Bekoji travels to the UK for his first time abroad.
August 2010 - 'Sport and Development in East Africa' (p9) - Oxford University African Studies newsletter
feature on Running Across Borders highlighting steady progress for the Addis Ababa training camp project.
September 2009 - 'The Good Pitch, London, Channel 4 Britdoc Foundation: Co-founder Malcolm Anderson invited to
roundtable featuring documentary 'Town of Runners' where an enduring link is established with the film.
February 2009 - 'Running with Ethiopians' (p9) - Keble College Magazine feature on Co-founder
Garrett Ash's 2008 fieldwork.
April 2009 - RAB training camp opens in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia after 10 months of prepatory work. 15 benificary
athletes, 4 of whom are from the small highland town of Bekoji start training under Ethiopian National Team Coach Melaku Biratu.
May 2008 - Malcolm Anderson (UK) and Garrett Ash (USA) found Running Across Borders after their respective MSc fieldwork in Kenya and Ethiopia related to Athletics in East Africa.