Gray. Wish you were there? We had a fantastic response to our recent Rave Run photography competition. Deserted beaches, cliff-top tracks, glorious cityscapes – you sent us inspirational photos of you running all over the world
Max was a drug addict for 17 years, but her story of how she changed her life through running makes her the inaugural winner of our Inspired To Run competition.WHY DO I RUN?"When I was 14 I took my first line of cocaine. At 15 I added marijuana
Share some inspirational writing about your running, and you could win £1000. RW, along with Reebok, and two of its sister magazines, is running a project to inspire readers to run – based on real-life stories just like yours.It might be about starting to run, or overcoming obsta...
weight loss 54.5 lbs, ran 10 miles last Sunday and also completed a 32 mile bike ride. On Friday 26th May I completed a race; it was a spur of the moment decision and I entered online after finding the event on the Runner's World website… It was good
and competition to improvers, but importantly they also create a social and sporting hub for the communities they operate within. Without clubs, running as we know it would not exist. To recognise the achievements of clubs up and down the country, Runner’s
was possible and accomplish great things. No one demonstrates that better than the Running Heroes honoured by Runner’s World and Aviva in 2008 — they were seven people who achieved something or gave back in a monumental way. Among that group
's a digital photo.You can also send your photos as prints, transparencies or as digital images on a CD to: Runner's World Rave Run Competition, 33 Broadwick Street, London W1F 0DQ. Note that postal entries cannot be returned.The closing date
-distance runner: running with other people is more enjoyable than running alone, and a little bit of friendly competition can even make you faster.I resolve to Get on my bikeWhy? If all you do is run, you can get stale or, worse, injured. Cycling is excellent
-mile loop that they do three times a week now. The stopwatch stays at home, and the emphasis is on enjoyment, rather than competition. Rachel says that it's like having a personal trainer with her every time she runs.Running together is about more than
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