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What leads to stomach issue in women runners

By Scott Douglas on in Health
Study suggests you'll suffer less if you're leaner, more experienced.

Gastrointestinal problems are common among women runners, especially those who are heavier and relatively new to the sport, according to research published in The BMJ (formerly known as the British Medical Journal). Dutch researchers surveyed more than 400 women who were training for the 5K or 10K at the 2013 Marikenloop, a women-only race ...  ... 

Join in on parkrun with Eddie Izard

By News on in Events
If you aren't already, it's time to get involved with parkrun.

More than 50,000 runners take part in 5k parkruns and 2k junior parkruns every weekend – more even than ran the London Marathon in April. Like thousands of sporting events across the UK, parkruns rely on volunteers to happen. Which is why Join in and parkrun are teaming up over ... 

Race the Tube

By on in News
One man's mission to race the tube and he won

We've all had that feeling that going by foot would have been quicker when you're stuck on public transport. Well, James Heptonstall has put this to the test and filmed himself sprinting the 380m from Mansion House to Cannon Street station, while his friend Noel Carroll took the Circle Line Tube ... 

Sex and running: take our survey

By on in Health
Take part in our sex survey.

Please take part in our Sex and Running survey. It's for an upcoming issue of RW and we'd love to hear your thoughts about all aspects of pounding…out the miles. And don't worry, it's anonymous so nobody will know if you're the fast & furious type or more of an ... 

Gear preview: Epson Runsense GPS watch

By News on in Gear
We preview the brand new GPS watches to hit the running market.

Epson have broken into the running market with the launch of a brand new watch range. Runsense is a range of GPS sports watches with up to 30 hours of battery life.  The range also has a smart stride sensor for Runsense that measures stride length and pitch while also learning an ... 

Weekend of running 13th & 14th September

By on in Events
Your weekend of running in pictures

"First half marathon done in Chesterfield's first ever event. Happy with a 1.43 finish. Great event." - Darren Hirst  Continue reading

#pumaraverun week 7 winner

By on in CityRaveRunsEdit

Congratulations to @bennydillon on Instagram, who won this week's #pumaraverun prize. Benny wins a pair of PUMA Mobium Elite for his winning photo. Next week's prize: PUMA NightCat jacket... Just in time for the cooler temperatures creeping in, next week (13 - 19 Sept) we're giving away a PUMA NightCat jacket. Crafted ... 

Special RW discount for TCS New York Marathon

By on in Events
We've teamed up with Sports Tours International to give you an exclusive discount

Following on from ours 50 best races feature, with New York coming in at number 17, we've teamed up with Sports Tour International to offer Runner's World readers and exclusive discount.  Using the promo code RWNY4 during purchase, you can save yourself £100 off your travel package ...  Continue reading

Running no longer to be used as a punishment in schools

By Annie Rice on in News
The Department of Education have removed their guidelines on using running as a punishment in schools.

Following a campaign by Run Group to remove the guideline set by the Department of Education that suggested teachers issue running as a punishment to children in schools, the guideline will be taken down. Nicky Morgan MP, Secretary of State for Education wrote, “I share your view that it threatens to ... 

Apple releases Smartwatch

By News on in Gear
Apple watch has a number of fitness features.

Apple has unveiled its long-awaited addition into the smartwatch market, Apple Watch, at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California. "Because you wear it, we invented new intimate ways to connect and communicate directly from your wrist and it works seamless with iPhone," Apple CEO Tim Cook said of the company's first ... 

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