Whether you want to splash the cash on an unforgettable running gift or find a quirky stocking filler, we've tracked down Santa's favourite running gifts. Find the perfect present for him or for her, or coo over must-have high performance gear
Whether you're shopping for a gadget freak, a nervous newbie or even just for yourself this Christmas, we've delved into Santa's sleigh to unearth the most stylish, clever and quirky running kit around.
If you're scratching your head over what to buy the runner in your life - or looking for a wish list to give family and friends - then we're here to help with our edit of the year's best running gifts.From stocking fillers to luxury treats, you
This year we gave four lucky runnersworld.co.uk members a stash of prizes from our Christmas Gift Guide. The winners are below:Big SplashDonna Moores (Altrincham)Under £25David Caswell (Reading)For HimMatt Brooks (Shrewsbury)For HerMelanie White
runners can look forward to a goody bag gift - and hopefully a world record too. Enter online now.Moreton Morrell Christmas Cracker 10K (Warwickshire, December 11)Forget the stereotype of a plus-size Santa munching mince pies - in this madcap multi
as much as they love running. Don’t forget to recycle your old trainers too!Good for: eco-warriors iPod Touch with Nike+ sensor, (iPod Touch £169.99, Nike+ iPod Sport kit £10.99) www.nike.com/nikestore The iPod Touch is one of the flashiest
to do 50 marathons."Dean Karnazes, who runs up to 150 miles a week in training, and whose "long training runs" have included the Western States 100-miler and the Badwater 135 in Death Valley, certainly seems to have the training under control. His epic
running injuries are related to overuse, and knee problems, especially PFPS, dominate overuse injuries. According to a two-year study of more than 2,000 runners completed in 2002 by the University of British Columbia, USA, for example, most running
…‘I had miscalculated the dates! I had just over two weeks to train from running 0km to 10km! After that kick up the backside I went into overdrive, running 12 days out of the next 14. I managed to build up to running 5km non stop within three days
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