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Human Race: Amazing Grace
A car crash left Grace Havard clinging to life. Two years later, she ran the London Marathon.

Q&A: Michael Johnson
We caught up with the former USA sprinter on his charity Positive Track, Rio 2016 and the athletics doping scandal.

I'm a runner: Linda Barker
The interior designer and TV presenter, 54, on how running helped her take the big plunge.

Q&A: Jamie Ramsay
One man, one epic solo journey, one mighty beard.

I'm a runner: Ollie Proudlock
The Made in Chelsea star and designer, 27, on his love of hills and comfortable running gear.

Meet the London Marathon Ever Presents
There are 12 runners left in the Ever Presents club, the men who have run every London Marathon since the first race in 1981. RW met them as they prepared for their 36th outing.

Alzheimer's: Outrunning the demons
In his bewildering, terrifying race against Alzheimer’s, giving up isn’t an option for Greg O’Brien.
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Human Race: A new guide to running
Taking part in an obstacle race with a blind runner gave Duncan Craig a new perspective on our sport.

I'm a runner: Kevin Hart
The actor/comedian on running with thousands and being faster than Will Ferrell.

I’m a runner: Sandi Thom
The singer-songwriter, 34, on being overly competitive and why running is an adventure.

Human Race: A will of iron
Brain haemorrhages, viral meningitis and partial blindness were not enough to keep Steven Waterston from running.

Q&A: Harry Potter actress Evanna Lynch
Evanna Lynch (AKA Luna Lovegood) talks training and why she registered for the New York City Half.

Human Race: ‘This is for you, Mum’
Running helped Ben Harris realise his mother’s dream.

Q&A: Dame Kelly Holmes
Dame Kelly talks marathon training, surviving injury and massive flapjacks.

Q&A: Sophia Warner
The Paralympian sprinter fills us in on disability sports and brand new event Parallel London.

I'm a runner: Tim Peake
The European Space Agency’s first British astronaut, 43, on running a marathon in space.

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.
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