With every finish line and every training mile, we all register our small acts of heroism. But some runners take our sport’s power beyond themselves, saving lives, uniting and inspiring. Here are the stories of some true running heroes.The Life
SPONSORED BY:In April, Runner's World will recognise seven outstanding people who have made us especially proud. We honour them - the Runner's World Heroes of Running 2008 - not only for the heroics they've demonstrated, but also the future heroes
can shape each other, our sport and our world.Our Heroes of Running Awards were launched to honour these remarkable individuals, not only for the heroics they've demonstrated but also the future heroes they'll inspire. Hundreds of you got in touch
The simple act of moving forward is a powerful force. Running can function as a social service to reduce loneliness in the elderly, put troubled lives back on track and act as a focus to help young athletes achieve their goals. The following Heroes
Heroes Of Running 2010: The WinnersWHO IS YOUR RUNNING HERO? Is it the coach who introduced you to the sport that's now your passion? Or the friend who's stuck with you through stitches and cramp, rainy days, and heat waves? Or the frontrunner who
. No one demonstrates this better than the Heroes of Running, honoured by Runner's World and Aviva since 2008.Last year's winners were six people who achieved something or gave back to the sport in a monumental way. The group was headed by the extraordinary
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
. Thanks to the simple act of moving forwards, we can reach beyond what we thought was possible and accomplish great things. No one demonstrates this better than this year's Heroes of Running, sponsored by Aviva – six people who have achieved something
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A s a 16-stone, heavy-drinking, asthmatic, smoking slob, I decided to throw myself into a gruelling training regime. The goal was to make the cut for the marathon at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing - and make a documentary of my journey. Why? Credibility. Of course ambition, th...
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