There are countless inspiring running races around the world, but if you’re looking for the daddy of them all, you need to head south to the Antarctic Ice Marathon. No other race can touch it for inaccessibility, extreme conditions and sheer icy magnificence. And as for its compe...
-marathon event, enter the Atlantic Coast Challenge in October and attempt to complete three marathons in three days.Spend time in the sauna to try to get used to the level of heat. Watch out for hot spells and go for long runs at the hottest part of the day
-lap course takes you on a winding tour of tranquil woodland and is packed with variety. Look out for some challenging climbs, devilish descents, twisting trails, muddy puddles and open fields, not forgetting the race's trademark blanket of bluebells of course
on the market. Shoes with solid-rubber studs on the sole are great for a variety of conditions."Spencer Barden, another GB cross-country international, stresses that your shoes should match the terrain.Be Prepared"One challenge with cross-country and other off
IM Zurich 2005: Lindi, Ratbag, Oxy, Zilla and CandyIn need of a challenge for the next 12 months? New to running, loving it, and wanting to take things one (enormous) step further? Want to drink lots of beer and have a great time? Have a secret
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