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Inside the UK's toughest obstacle course race

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RW's Duncan Craig tackles the newest and self-proclaimed 'Toughest' obstacle race to hit the UK, and examines what the ever-evolving OR scene has to offer runners today.

As I’m called forward to the start line I’m a little surprised to note that my excitement is outweighed by a feeling of apprehension. I’ve lined up in dozens of races over the years, from marathons and ultras to tower runs and triathlons. Never have I experienced such butterflies. But ... 

Bloomberg Square Mile to celebrate 10th anniversary

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The annual ten-mile team race sees corporate teams competing for the fastest time.

London is playing host to the 10th annual Bloomberg Square Mile Relay on Thursday 22nd September. The event sees more than 110 teams take part in the ultimate corporate relay as they race around the unique one-mile course in the heart of the square mile, as they attempt to prove ... 

Rio Olympic Games 2016: Days 13-16

By Michelle Kight on in Events

Rio Olympic Round Up Day13 Men’s 1500m Decathlon Ashton Eaton continued to lead the Decathlon event, winning the USA another gold with 8893 points. Kevin Mayer of France came second with 8834 points and Canada’s Damian Warner took bronze with 8666 points. Men’s 200m Usain Bolt took another gold for Jamaica with 19.78 seconds. Canada’s ... 

4 digital races to get involved with

By Sam Murphy on in Events
Race any time, any pace, anywhere by signing up to a virtual reality event.

London in 3D On 24th April 2016, astronaut Tim Peake ran the Virgin Money London Marathon on the International Space Station, using VMLM’s new digital download of its famous course. And runners all over the world can enjoy the race experience, too: sign up via the RunSocial app (currently ...  Continue ... 

Rio 2016: Olympic Spirit as runners help each other after fall

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Athletes collide and help each other to finish in show of Olympic spirit

Not an uncommon scene occurred during the women’s 5,000m qualifying heat at the Rio Olympics when athletes Nikki Hamblin and Abbey D’Agostino collided halfway through the fifth lap. In a move that touched viewers worldwide, D’Agostino got up but chose to help her fellow athlete to her feet, rather than continue with ... 

On tour: Isle of Wight Half Marathon

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The Isle of Wight Half Marathon doubles as a perfect weekend break for Adrian Monti (and family).

Running is not always terribly conducive to a normal family life. If your partner isn’t also a runner, the sport can lead to varying levels of tension in the home and many of you will have put her or him through a lot while pursuing your passion over the years. ... 

The Bob Graham - Salomon Running TV

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Ricky Lightfoot takes on one the toughest running races out there, The Bob Graham Round.

In 1932, Bob Graham did what just over 1950 runners have managed to do since. A 66 mile, 27,000 ft. running loop of 42 of the highest peaks in the English Lake District, in under 24 hours. Less than half the number of people who start go onto to finish ... 

On tour: City2Surf, Sydney

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A great course, a guaranteed PB and the best ice bath in the world make Sydney’s City2Surf worth the long haul, finds RW’s Joe Mackie.

We runners love a bucket list. Immerse yourself in our sport for long enough and as sure as your Achilles will creak and your nipples will chafe, you will find yourself compiling an ever-evolving fantasy CV of the globe’s must-do events. I’m especially enamoured of this particular foible and while ... 

Salomon Running TV - Mt. Marathon

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One of the hardest 5K races in the world. Looks like fun!

Every 4th of July thousands of people descend on the small harbour town of Seward, Alaska to witness one of the oldest, fastest, hardest, toughest… and shortest mountain races in the world. For years, Rickey Gates has been churning out war stories and legends of the annual Mount Marathon Race ... 

Inside the Trans Atlas Marathon trail race

By Kirsten Kortebein on in Events
Over six stages and 285km The Trans Atlas Marathon trail race immerses runners in the unique beauty and culture of North Africa’s majestic mountain range.

Stage 1 As morning broke in the village of Zaouiat Ahansal in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, runners set off on Stage One of the Trans Atlas Marathon. Start-line chat in a heady mix of Arabic, French, Spanish and English gave way to the sound of footfalls, the giggles of onlooking children and ... 

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