I look forward to it landing on the doormat ... mind you I've only been running for about a year so if they repeat themselves I haven't noticed yet ...
M..eldy sums it up pretty well, however that is a problem for most magazines that I have susbcribed to - golf, walking, photography -they are all based around the seasons.
I have not subscribed for several years now but I think I will sign up again. I liked the race reviews and the photographs of a great run that used to be very early on in the magazine.
It is not that expensive when ordered on subscription, what have you got to lose 15West?
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Worth it for the fit bird on the cover alone
Sorry, bit confused, I am thinking of Razzle.
Defo cancel after the year though. They reward loyalty by increasing the subscription cost by 30%
I'm cancelling mine.
I borrow a copy from the local library for a week for free They keep them for three months and then sell them off for 20p so if there's something I particularly want then I buy it then
A friend has just subscribed though as she wanted a running watch and that came as the gift for subscribing - for her it worked out better to subscribe and getting something free she would have paid for anyway. Bit like buying the watch and getting the magazine free.
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