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'll know you've been good if you fin...
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
The Christmas music in the office and twinkly lights in London tell us Christmas is just around the corner. If the thought of present-buying brings about a cold sweat, don't worry, we've done the hard work for you and found some of the best runner
I’m writing this in the hope that it may help in some small way to hasten the progress of sports medicine. Perhaps some hapless researcher out there, trying vainly to comprehend the intricacies of the human mechanism, will glance at my poor scribblings. And who knows? Perhaps th...
Running is such a low-maintenance sport. Usually all you need is some ground to cover – and enough time to cover it – and you’re sorted. But at this time of year, things aren’t that simple. We’re all busy, thanks to the approaching Christmas
10-mile jaunts before breakfast, before lunch, before tea and before supper. Why not walk two miles and jog the rest. Follow each session with a drink, a shower and some food. A daily massage would also be a big help. From Christmas to mid-April you
, when not fully fit was 3:25. The key should be staying fit and healthy and building sufficient consistent miles, so he can hold a good pace throughout, which has generally been his weakness in the past. Alex is used to 50-60 miles a week, and is already
Christmas day and I was nauseous and exhausted for days afterwards. I was really looking forward to my first long run after two weeks off ill – a gentle, slow and scenic route. I’ve discussed with Sam how to fit in an extra run – I currently do three a week
from the Jordan Desert Cup by Christmas.However, there’s rather more to the event than the description suggests. The most alarming of its many alarming features is that it’s non-stop. So within a few hours, the runners will be strung out sparsely across
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