2009 In Photos

Your favourite running photos from the last twelve months

Posted: 25 January 2010

The Trunce
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Thanks to all of you who sent us your running photos from last year and apologies that we weren’t able to acknowledge them all personally. We’ve now uploaded a selection of your submissions for your perusal, from mid-run action shots to beaming finishers, expansive rolling vistas to exotic coastal locations.

The winner? Haile unlikely’s dramatic photo of The Trunce (above) – look out for a £50 Wiggle voucher and RW goody bag coming your way …

Location Oxspring

Photo haile unlikely

Unknown runner caught in a torrential summer thunderstorm at The Trunce....

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Hopefully they can DQ any images that have been 'photoshopped' like the recent rave run pic of Rhosili Bay.

Posted: 15/12/2009 at 22:15

I've got some lovely pics of my long runs, but as I don't have a pet photographer, I'm not actually *in* any of them.
Posted: 16/12/2009 at 16:39

I've sent in one I took as a spectator - I hate pics of me running and they'd put anyone else off taking it up!
Posted: 16/12/2009 at 16:46

It would be nice to see some 'real' running photos. 

Posted: 17/12/2009 at 08:41

What a fine pair of runners! Particularly the one in front, hang on that's me! Oh well I was right the first time then.
Posted: 21/12/2009 at 21:09

Dan Peabody from Cherwell Runners heads down to the finish line after a very hot, hilly Charmouth Challenge!

 We cool down in the river / sea after!!

 Sara Long



Posted: 22/12/2009 at 13:53

Nice socks!

My bro's a very keen amateur photographer, maybe I should give him an assignment to see if we can bag some 'free running goodies'. 

He popped down to support me in the Beachy Head marathon this year, and took some nice shots considering how miserable the weather was.  Quite like this one (I'm in there somewhere...)


Posted: 22/12/2009 at 14:08

Taken during an early morning run on Gran Canaria, the beach is so long you can run for ages with nothing but the incredible sight of the dunes and sea. 

Posted: 30/12/2009 at 11:31

Eccup way near Eccup reservoir in leeds, part of my regular long run spot. Love it round here  


Posted: 09/01/2010 at 21:08

"with nothing but the incredible sight of the dunes and sea."

<falls off chair>
Posted: 12/01/2010 at 10:09

mark..cheers for that..im running it in june..now i cant wait..looks awesome!!
Posted: 11/02/2010 at 13:42

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