Hope Tour: Day One - Harrogate to LeedsWell that was a baptism of fire. Or perhaps ice would be more appropriate. We seemed to have chosen the coldest bloody day of the year to start our epic journey down the country in aid of HopeHIV. It dipped below zero for some of it and with...
’s life expectancy hovers under 50, citizens see any effort to keep yourself healthy as a positive contribution to society. They were actually thanking us just for the simple act of running. The 2013 Sierra Leone Marathon takes place on May 26. Visit
Apologies for not posting another blog sooner. Injuries, slower pace and thus more time on my feet running (shuffling) has meant less time for doing this sort of thing. Here’s a summary of days 3-6:Day three: Barnsley to ChesterfieldHideous. The Gods of ice and rain battled it ou...
Find out what happened on training day 1 in our ASICS Target 26.2 marathon project as our five runners prepare to ramp up their training for the Paris Marathon.
In November 2012, Scottish GP Andrew Murray ran seven ultra-marathons on seven continents in five days, 13 hours, 28 minutes, beating the existing record by almost a day and a half.
Day two: Leeds to BarnsleyTurns out day two was the first time any of the four of us had done back-to-back marathons so that’s a milestone of sorts reached already. Mind you, I’m writing this at 6am on the morning of day three and everything hurts
Location: Sydling St.Nicholas Dorset, set of the Giants Head Marathon Photo: Andy PalmerRunner: Ginny PalmerSend in your photos: If you run in an amazing setting, why not send in a pic? Email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and we
with its towering sides is certainly not short on drama. October’s early snowfall restricted Alpine marathoner Zimmerli to training in the safety of the valley’s flat bottom.Visit runnersworld.co.uk/raverun for more Rave Runs and see our readers' Rave Run
-paced traffic-free event through a scenic Richmond Park.Thorney 10KWhen: Sunday 24 MarchWhere: Thorney, PeterboroughWhy: “A fast flat course, although the Fen roads offer no shelter from the wind when it starts to blow. I always enjoy Thorney races
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