41 to 60 of 154 articles
I'm running London to raise money for my disabled daughter
Following the death of her husband, Steph Nimmo, 47, was left to care for her four children alone, two of whom have autism and one who suffers from the rare life-limiting condition Costello syndrome. Steph credits running with keeping her sane when it all gets too much.

Human Race: 'The aim is the make women feel good about themselves'
RW’s Sam Murphy enjoys a session with A Mile In Her Shoes, a charity that gives vulnerable women a chance to feel safe and get fit.

I’m a runner: Helen George
The Call the Midwife star, 31, on how running has helped make her character more believable

I’m a runner: Denise Welch
The actor and TV personality, 57, thinks she may finally have discovered the runner’s high.

I’m a runner: Adrian Grenier
The Entourage star, 39, on getting faster, being recognised while running and racing against bikes.

Human Race: ‘Each time I went running, I felt better’
Cocaine addiction took Antony Mentessi to the edge. Running helped him reclaim his life and his family.

Q&A: Anna McNuff
Anna ran almost 2,000 miles along the Te Araroa trail in New Zealand. She tells us about fuelling with chocolate and the benefits of running in men's shoes.

I'm a runner: Clare Grogan
The singer, actor and author on finding ‘me’ time and solving problems on the run.

Listen: Paula Radcliffe on her legacy and the state of running
The women’s world record holder in the marathon discusses accusations against her alleged doping and what drugs have done to the sport.

I'm a runner: Paul A. Young
The master chocolatier on the ingredients that fuel his running.

Q&A: Mina Guli
Mina is taking on 40 marathons across seven deserts to raise awareness of water scarcity. She talks about her preparation, fuel and running like a vegetable.

Q&A: Nicky Spinks
The record-breaking ultra runner on starting late, mental strength and snacking on Hula Hoops.

Q&A: Sir Ranulph Fiennes
The explorer on being the oldest Brit to finish the Marathon des Sables and never giving up.

The BIG interview: 'Marathon Man' Rob Young
RW’s Sam Murphy meets Rob Young, a man who has rewritten the rulebook on how long the human body can keep running.

Q&A: Tim Noakes
The sports scientist on how the brain governs our running and why he’s still courting controversy

From bulimia to Berlin: How one runner beat his eating disorder
Tom Fairbrother's quest to be a better runner saw him spiral into bulimia nervosa. Here's how he fought through recovery and became stronger than ever.

From ACL tear to Robo Lola
When Lola Oyelayo tore her anterior cruciate ligament, her tech expert colleagues created a data-collecting knee brace to boost her recovery.

Human Race: ‘I think it’s best to be open’
On the long journey to becoming a transgender woman, running did far more for Megan Key than just keep her fit.

Human Race: 'Running is like therapy'
When runner Ben Lindon was diagnosed with a brain tumour, he changed his life: he now has a new family, a new career and a new way of looking at the world. And he’s still running.

Human Race: 'I resolved that I would prove the doctors wrong'
After breaking his back in a paragliding accident Ben Abdelnoor was told he'd never run again. He disagreed.

41 to 60 of 154 articles

RW on Twitter

RW Poll

Which of the below most regularly scuppers your training?