. Second, not that bad weather was the organisers' fault in 2012, but 2013 brought with it something I thought impossible: a Manchester suntan. That's not a euphemism, there was actual sun and no rain.The event organisation was faultless. In the race
MARATHONThe wide promenade that runs along the Brighton seafront is made for running – so it’s no surprise that it plays host to several races of varying distances throughout the year, including this much-loved but sometimes hit-and-miss 13.1-miler. Despite
On Sunday 6th October, Red Bull is bringing Steeplechase back to its origins in rural Britain for the second year running. Testing 500 contestants both physically and mentally, the race covers just over 20 miles across four stages from
Looking to book up your summer race calendar? Salomon are hosting a series of free city trail races across the country between June and August. The events will be held in urban parks as part of a scheme to get people active and out into the British
announced today.“Having the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship change locations from year to year will provide our athletes with the opportunity to race on some of the best courses and in some of the most beautiful places in the world,” said Andrew Messick
Half a century ago, American marathoner Buddy Edelen snuck out for a 40-minute run on his rest day. Edelen was the first man to break 2:15 for 26.2 miles, yet he suffered the same crisis of confidence about taking days off that plague most competitive runners...Subscribers can vi...
in the beautiful sunshine to be amongst the first to sign up for the 2013 race.Voted as one of the fastest half marathons in the country in 2012, the launch event was also a chance for participants to beat the speed camera and be up for the chance to win a bumper
, there are four main types of treatment:Pre-event massagePost-event massageMaintenance massageInjury treatmentPre-event The aim of a pre-event massage is to get the body and tissues ready for the race ahead. It will help you run the race in more focused way
up and one down. Resume mileage where you left off after the cut-back week.Macrocycle length: between four to six monthsRunners often race throughout the year without taking any significant breaks, which then leaves them vulnerable to injuries
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