in the rear- and forefoot. Good for short distances if youre a light, efficient runner.
Rottingdean Windmill Marathon, Sussex: Sunday, July 14WHY RUN IT?Challenge, sceneryA tough trail marathon run over a rolling South Downs route. There are also 15-mile and eight-mile options. It is primarily advertised as a walk, but runners
and stiles to negotiate, most runners are around 30 minutes slower than in a normal road marathon.FEES£9 by July 1. (On official forms only. Entries open, and usually close, on this day.)ENTRY DETAILSEntry forms available from SSM, 101 South Street
Sri Chinmoy Marathon: Sunday, September 15WHY RUN IT?A friendly marathon run on park roads and footpaths. The races flatness just about compensates for the tedium of 26 laps, though all runners have a lap counter and its ideal for pacing. Note: We
The latest incarnation of one of Nike’s longest running shoes continues last year’s trend to a more runner-friendly product. In truth, this was a move that started last year, but the new shoe has extended the Tubular Air midsole technology from only
forgiving enough to allow the Trespass to make on-road forays with little discomfort. In short A good shoe for runners looking for a cushioned, grippy and stable off-roader. Try it on if you liked Asics Gel Eagle Trail (£85); New Balance 904 (£70)
lightweight runners need apply. Good rearfoot cushioning comes courtesy of a small Cell pad, heel-to-toe transition is swift and smooth, and the featherweight feel to the whole shoe simply encourages fast running.
is essentially an update of last year’s excellent, Eagle Trail, which was a simpler shoe than this year's Eagle Trail II. That means a decent fit, a low-profile, dual-density midsole and a confident, quick ride for neutral runners and overpronators alike.
AdidasA3 Twin Strike (cushioned) £100 Nova Runner (cushioned) £50 AsicsMesa Trail (off-road) £55 BrooksAdrenaline GTS (stability) £75 MerrellFlash (cushioned) £65 NikeAir Structure Triax (stability) £70 Air Thielsen (off-road) £70 Air Trail Pegasus
You've seen the elite pictures from this year's Flora London Marathon - now it's your turn to be the stars. We've selected 40 of the photos we took around the course of real runners just like you. There are 10 to a page, roughly ordered by time
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