Torres del Paine, ChileA marathon journey, but Chilean Patagonia rewards with a runners’ paradise of granite spires, glaciers, lakes and possibly the occasional puma to motivate your speedwork.
appeal of the city and the big-event atmosphere created by the international runners and the crowds that flood onto the streets to support, entertain and motivate them. This is the original big-city marathon, and an event that every runner should
Where and when?Sunday, February 1, LancashireWhat is it?Top tip: enter a fine February race right now, while you're bright and motivated - and come the dark days of January, you'll have no excuse but to train up for it.Early-February races are a
motivators were: 1. A banner at about mile 24 reading "Impossible is Nothing" which sent a tingle down my spine and urged me on to the end. 2. The crowd in the tunnel at Canary Wharf 3. Friends Emma and Alex with their "Come on Steve" sign which appeared
popular 10-mile race, now 20 years old, contains a wide range of abilities, which provides a motivational atmosphere. This, combined with the flat route and good organisation, make it a solid choice for achieving a personal best time.
five boroughs of this great city, and should be near the top of any runner’s wishlist. Few events can match New York’s spectacular opening – a mile and a half across the double-decker Verrazano-Narrows Bridge connecting Staten Island to Brooklyn
Reckon you'll need extra motivation when winter starts to bite? November's Cyprus Four-Day Challenge could be your answer.If you fancy joining a few RUNNER'S WORLD staffers on the trip, from November 28 to December 6, you'll get to take part in a 6K
Harriers were out in full support today, cheering me on."Mark Heard, 2:42"I’ve been far more focused in training this year, and it’s paid off. My biggest motivation was that I knew my kids were watching the television at home. Last year, I walked at mile 18
."Like many runners, Jellybabe discovered that the RW forums were a handy resource for practical advice and motivational pick-me-ups. Then she chanced on a thread about the Ironman."They made it sound so easy. I went on and chatted, and they said it would
-mile cycle ride and eight-mile cross-country run, though those feeling less courageous can take the event’s half-length option without feeling short-changed of the fantastic views and varied landscapes on offer.Both races start and finish in the bay
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