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Gear Pick: IT7S Wireless Sport Headphones

By Annie Rice on in Gear

Annie says: Running with music is a controversial issue in the industry, but I for one don’t often leave the house without a trusty playlist for company. I didn’t realise how much of a nuisance my standard headphones were until I was introduced to IT7’s wireless sport headphones. Previous battles with wires ... 

Runner completes Marathon A-Z challenge

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With more and more people embarking upon new and unusual physical challenges it’s not often that we hear of feats more inspiring than that of club runner Dave Keeley. This January he officially completed the 'Marathon A-Z' challenge he began in 1985. The endeavour began after Dave, who runs with the Havering ... 

Five Valentine's races

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Our pick of five Valentine's races taken from our race listings

Love it or loathe it, Valentine's day is just around the corner. If you're a runner and want to combine your love of lycra with the annual day of cupid in the calendar, why not sign yourself and your loved one up to one of these Valentine's races taken from ... 

RW's pace team kick off the season at the Watford Half Marathon

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GPS watches at the ready, the Runner's World pace team helped runners achieve a PB at the Watford half marathon last weekend

We launched our free pacing service this weekend at Watford Half Marathon - check out some behind-the-scenes snaps from the day. Supported by Timex and Pearl Izumi.  If you're keen to join in, the RW Pace Team will be at the races below this Spring, covering finish times of 1:30, 1:45, ...  ... 

Physio Clinic: Beat over-use injuries

By Scott Mitchell on in Physio clinic
Our physiotherapist Scott Mitchell gives us the lowdown on over-use injuries and how you can beat them

Working in a clinic which specialises in running, we see a lot of over-use injuries. What is an over-use injury? The majority of injuries affecting endurance sports are the result of repeated ‘submaximal’ loading. This is loading which isn’t large enough to tear a muscle or break a bone but ... 

Video: 'A revolution in running is coming'

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In a few weeks' time adidas will be launching 'Energy Boost' to the world, a brand-new running shoe. All well and good, except this looks to be no ordinary launch: Boost promises a game-changing technology that 'provides the highest energy return in the industry'. All rather exciting news for a ... 

Hertfordshire runner tackles a 'Soapathon'

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A Hertfordshire runner is set to undertake a running challenge with a difference – the world’s first 'Soapathon'.  What exactly is a soapthon? A soap opera-inspired run. On Thursday 24 May, Richard Kell will embark on this unusual 300-mile challenge, which will take him from London and the Queen Vic set ... 

Your Say: Insults on the run

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Last week we asked what amusing, annoying or insulting things you've had shouted at you while out running. Here are some of our favourites - add yours below if you've heard any more words of wisdom!

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Ballot open for the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon

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The official ballot for the iconic Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon was opened today. To mark the occasion a pack of giant squirrels scurried around the capital's iconic landmarks. Sara Lom, Chief Executive of the Royal Parks Foundation, the charity behind the race, said: "The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon races through four ... 

Gear Pick: Hey Jo Cassini Leggings

By Annie Rice on in Gear

Annie says: Fashion and running doesn't always go hand-in-hand. Black lycra with the occasional splash of fluorescent colour can prove tiresome, and sometimes you feel the need for a bit of style in your workout wardrobe. This is where Hey Jo comes in. The Cassini leggings range builds the bridge between ... 

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