Salomon Men's Trail IV 3/4 Tights (SS12), £45.00Kerry says: Now, skin-tight lycra isn’t every man’s preferred running attire, but if you put those baggy shorts aside for one minute, you might find these aid your performance somewhat.I’ve picked
K-Swiss Men's Kwicky Blade-Light (£80)Kerry says: This is my own shoe of choice – which means if you're like me (average weight; need a sturdy but unobtrusive heel; love responsiveness and low weight; prefer neutral construction with plenty of cushioning; narrow feet) then this i...
New Balance Men's Long Sleeve Half-Zip Top (£19.00)Kerry says: Even in winter you can run up enough of a sweat for your top to be uncomfortably clingy if it doesn't work as hard as you do. This long sleeved top features NB's Lightning Dry technology, a super-fast and effective mo...
Nike Men's Long Sleeve Denier Differential 1/2 Zip Top (£38)Yes, it's officially spring and yes, the days are getting longer but that doesn't mean the British weather is getting any more reliable. This long-sleeved top is a good halfway-house option if you want to start shedding ...
Adidas Adizero Adios 2 Men's Running Shoes (SS12), £85.00Kerry says: Tis the season for 5 and 10K races and the need for speed is upon us.I’ve chosen this minimalist shoe as it is the (self-proclaimed) world’s fastest flat racing shoe and has been designed for top athletes.They'r...
Gore Women's Air 2.0 AS Lady Vest (£100)Kerry says: One hundred English pounds may seem like a lot of money for a sleeveless jacket but for top-of-the-range clobber, Gore are a brand that deliver value for money. Suitable for cold summer days (and let's not pretend we don't have ...
Salomon Women's Trail III ¾ Tights (£40)Kerry says: These ¾ length tights will carry you from a rainy summer into autumn thanks to their expert body temperature-regulating technology.A great investment to make in the summer, the tights' 50+ UV protection will ensure you stay sunb...
Tune Belt iPod Open View Armband Carrier (£17)Kerry says: Whether you have a first generation iPod or a brand new iPod touch, this armband will tote them all. The clear cover will protect your player while allowing you to click buttons or even operate touch screen functions on th...
Yet too often disaster strikes on race day – we’re hobbled by cramp, gutted by stomach distress or hampered by unforeseen demons. To help you dodge all this, runners have shared their tales of race days gone bad. For the common horror stories, our experts provide invaluable advic...
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