Some running kit can look intimidating, and snazzy racing shoes are a prime example. But there’s no mystery here: they’re simply a stripped-down shoe designed to make you go faster on race day. No matter what your size, shape or level of experience there’s a racer that’s suitable...
in private practice dealing with everyone from elite level runners to the "I've-just-bought-my-first-pair-of-trainers" runners. Matt is a running fan too, and says he can still push 1.40 (ish!) for a half marathon.Start posing your questions to Matt now over
our word - check out your ratings for last year’s race.The chase also has the honour of being crowned the only 10-miler in the world to be awarded the IAAF Gold label status. You’ll also be able to spot a few elites lining up to take the title
were 15, it’s going to take more than a couple of months to build up to your first marathon.Amateur runners often do the same thing over again and hope to get better at it. Elite runners do long runs, shorts runs, hills, fartlek, track runs, and add all
have you showed dedication?I now spend two to three months a year in Iten, in Kenya’s Rift Valley. It’s 730m above sea level, so if you can run there you can run anywhere. It’s where a lot of the Kenyan elites live and train [it produced 81
together a feast of articles for you to pore over for the next few days... Half-Marathon SolutionsBeginner, elite, veteran or fundraiser – these two articles will equip you with the technical know-how to run your first (or fastest) half:Your First Half
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