JOGLE

AcronymDefinition
JOGLEJohn O' Groats to Land's End (UK; cycling)
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He said: "I'm both nervous and excited about the Jogle. Not that many people have done them.
To find out more about Barry's Jogle attempt, go to aldridgerunningclub.co.uk/usingh-bolts-jogle-challenge.
JOGLE2014 "I've always enjoyed cycling, and the challenge of JOGLE really appealed to me" said Ian.
The iconic Land's End to John O' Groats journey - known as the LEJOG or JOGLE - might look daunting on paper, yet it remains an incredibly popular challenge.
He has also succeeded at completing a JOGLE which is a John O' Groats to Lands End run - a total of around 900 miles.
On Wednesday last week, Morales led the closure of Jogle Marketing, which didn't have a business permit from Davao City although it's registered in Tagum City.
This April, Mrs Hay-Heddle will be swapping her heels for running shoes as she embarks on an 868-mile run, the length of Scotland and England, called the Jogle Ultra.
They set off from Scotland on Saturday for The Jogle event and aim to reach Land's End by June 23.
Janet Garcia, who introduced herself as an investor of the Jogle marketing, was caught by surprise when uniformed police officers arrived in the area to inspect their documents and permits.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Annie Tapiri, a meat section owner and a resident of the said area, said they were told by Jogle that the money they invest will increase four times in just 45 days.
"As soon as we saw each other we both just looked at each other and said, 'Route 66!' We just fell about the place." Next year Carl and David are planning a UK route from John O'Groats to Land's End - named JOGLE 14 - which will raise funds for the Percy Hedley Foundation.
This April, Mrs Hay-Heddle will be swapping her heels for running shoes, and the office for the great British countryside, as she embarks on an 868-mile run, the length of Scotland and England, called the Jogle Ultra.