This particular runner doesnt know the Penguin. A struggling back-of-the-packer, hes puffing through a 5K on aching legs, and doesnt recognise the trademark waddle of the man ahead of him. That man is John Bingham, the man they call the Penguin
If you're a slower runner looking for motivation - or anyone looking for affirmation of life - RW columnist John 'The Penguin' Bingham is your man. We're proud to bring you this index of links to his columns.But first... the Penguin on
your run«BR»Author: John Bingham«BR»Pics: «BR»Issue date: «BR»Keywords:«BR»Type: --Nearly everything I know about running Ive learned from other runners. Sure, Ive picked up some great training tips from books and magazines, but most of the really
There we were. Two middle-aged men in a Firebird on a summer night. The top was down, the V8 was rumbling. We were just driving around, minding our own business.And there he was. A 20-something young man in a four-cylinder sports saloon with loud mufflers. He kept racing his engi...
He had the look. As he tightened his shoelaces, tucked in his shirt and carefully donned his sunglasses, he had all the makings of a racer. He was a runner in search of a 5K PB. Everyone around him knew it.Making his way to the start line, he was oblivious to the other runners ar...
Extract from No Need For Speed by John Bingham (Rodale International Limited, £8.99). To order direct from Runner's World for the special price of £7.99 (inc P&P), call 0800 731 0622 and quote 55174-0.Those who know me well know that I enjoy
will be a PB.John The Penguin Bingham, RW columnist
Time: 4:57I walked for a year, then ran for year, then fulfilled a promise I thought I would never achieve! Mr Bingham...thank you!!!What was the best moment (excluding the finish)? Seeing my friends and family at mile 25 and realising that I
Each and every new runner is unique, as are their experiences.But while we cant tell you everything you need to know, we can at least give you a good start. Here, John Bingham and Julie Welch offer you an insight into the things they wished they
One of my favourite runs begins and ends at the zoo. I usually end the run at the zoo’s lion house. There’s something magical about the big cats – the size and strength of the lions and tigers, the stealthy movements of the panthers, and the pure grace of the cheetahs. I watch...
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