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Human Race: ‘It’s strange, the things running can do’
For Donna Dunn, running became a vital outlet after the death of her daughter, Emily.

I’m a runner: Sean Fletcher
The Good Morning Britain presenter, 42, on running in the rain and lazy warm-ups.

How parkrun introduced a whole family to the joy of running
One runner launched his local parkrun and it wasn't long before his extended family followed suit.

How one woman created a 1200-strong running community
Many members of Lauren Gregory's Run Like A Girl group had never run before. Now they're taking on half marathons.

Human Race: ‘I’m always looking forward’
Following the partial amputation of his right leg, former Royal Marine Andy Grant took up running. Now he holds the 10K world record.

I’m a runner: Dambisa Moyo
The global economist and author, 47, on how running can help change the world.

Q&A: Joss Naylor
The king of the fells on the sheer joy of running, enduring bad patches in an event and eating salt.

I’m a runner: CeCe Sammy
The vocal coach on switching off during a run and teaching S Club 7 to sing…

Human Race: ‘5,000 miles? Me? Really?’
To honour his beloved sister’s memory, Wayne Russell decided to run around Britain.

I'm a runner: Freddie Fox
The actor, 27, on learning his lines on the run and steering clear of races.

Human Race: ‘I don’t know where I’d be without running’
Three years ago Steve Oltay was homeless and addicted to drugs. Then he started to run and began to turn his life around.
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Q&A: Jonnie Peacock
After winning gold in the men's T44 100m at London 2012, Jonnie Peacock is back on his A-game for Rio.

Q&A: Julie Rogers
17-year-old Julie is taking on her second Paralympic Games in Rio, competing in the T42 women's 100m. We caught up with her before she headed out.

Q&A: Hannah England
Having narrowly missed out on a place at Rio, middle-distance runner and Myprotein ambassador Hannah England is powering up for her winter training season. We caught up with her on next year’s goals, freak injuries and salted caramel.

Human Race: ‘One step and then the next’
Running helped Kate Armstrong recover from a breakdown and write her first novel.

I’m a runner: Simon Evans
The comedian and scriptwriter, 50, on the joy of hills and why he’ll still run when he’s very old.

Q&A: Pam Relph
The gold medal-winning Paralympic rower on why running is nature’s painkiller.

Q&A: Eilidh Doyle
The Double Commonwealth Games medallist and Puma athlete chats through her Rio prep.

Human Race: ‘Running brings me solace’
Fellow runners have helped Steve Holder to come to terms with the death of his wife.

Q&A: Ryan Hall
We chatted Beat the Sun, weight training and nutrition with Asics athlete Ryan Hall.

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