It isn’t always easy being a runner. It isn’t always easy being the Penguin. Sometimes it’s almost impossible to be both and to be true to either.One of the canons of the Penguin philosophy is that running – all running – is joyful in its own right. It’s the act of running, bein...
convinced that I was going to seriously hurt myself. As I continued to run and race, though, my joy became contagious. When my mother retired, aged 65, she took up racewalking and rediscovered the athlete she had abandoned 50 years before. Suddenly she
think it’s an illness. - Happy RunningMy old trainees are so minty, they make their own way to the Plaza Community Cinema charity shop to be recycled. - swittleMy trainers retire from running duty when they hit 500 miles (which is when, apparently
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