1. Mull Of Kintyre Half-MarathonArgyll and Bute, May 30 It was good enough for Paul McCartney and Wings, so it's surely a perfect setting for a race. The lure of this weekend-long festival of racing lies in the overall event experience as much
Celebrate the launch of our 2012 Runner's World Half-Marathon newsletter series, powered by ASICS, by joining in this Thursday's live lunchtime webchat.Running coach and ASICS PRO Team member Bud Baldaro will be giving expert advice to all your
We teamed up ASICS to offer 10 lucky runnersworld.co.uk members a place in this great race on February 5. They’ll join members of the ASICS Target 26.2 team and they can hit their targets with the help of the Runner's World Pace Team. The winners are below:Mark Collin (Bookham)Pa...
Standfirst: Author: Steve SmythePics:Issue date: Jul-Sep01Keywords: uan106--The half-marathon is Britains most popular race distance, usually representing around 10 of the top 20 races in Runners Worlds Races of the Year. The event requires a
Jostling for space as the runners get goingYou’d have to run laps around the Queen’s bedroom to get an event more regal than 25th Windsor Half Marathon. With Lord Seb Coe firing the starting pistol, Windsor Castle rarely out of sight and a route
Standfirst: Author: Owen AndersonPics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:***ADD LINK TO CALCULATOR***uan96--The half-marathon, like its tougher cousin the full marathon, is a ‘below lactate threshold’ race, but there is a key difference
We've been a big fan of the Royal Parks Foundation Half-Marathon here at RW Towers ever since it launched in 2008. This atmospheric autumn race packed with iconic London sights and peaceful Hyde Park paths has gone from strength to strength and last
Run to the Beat has become one of London’s biggest races – and with good reason. The RW team tried and tested this South London dash last year – and we certainly weren’t disappointed. It takes you on a varied route from The 02 past Woolwich Common and through Greenwich Park, with...
, which is reckoned to be the speed of your best 10 miles; this is slightly above half-marathon pace, but it is the best pace to train at.For a bit of variety you also need some hill running and some short, fast bursts to zap the muscles enzymes
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