The research survey will be live on Monday 29th April.
You can find out in our brand-new reader profile survey!In the nine months since we last looked at your runner-profile pages, our membership has doubled to 125,000. Time for an update!As well as the few compulsory fields that new members fill in
of a lifetime, beautiful Brighton & Hove is ready to welcome you.2014 will be the fifth edition, and promises to deliver another world class event; 2013 Runners World race survey comments included: “Brilliant atmosphere, well organised” and “Crowds were
, according to a recent survey of RUNNERS WORLD readers, Im slightly less popular than Glenn Hoddle.Last month my running had descended to an all-time low. While training in the Peak District I was overtaken by a large boulder. I was deeply shocked
with his legs in the air. He surveyed me through one, half-closed eye. I could swear he was smirking.Around him was scattered the usual litter of chewed-up mail. Only one letter remained untouched. It was from the organisers of the Trans 333 desert run
as you did at the start of the study and complete a second questionnaire via an Internet survey website. What will I find out?After the study has been completed, you will receive an email containing personalised feedback. You will learn more about
’s time.Consult the race diary on this site and mark a few target events on your calendar. Then plan a training programme accordingly. If you find scenic runs more appealing, buy an Ordnance Survey map for your area and highlight a few trails you’ve yet
was calibrating it after every run, and creating a calibration factor for each distance, but this didn't work. – BlistersUse the car to measure your route. Not particularly environmentally friendly. – John MalcolmI use Tracklogs, an Ordnance Survey digital mapping
." Should you try it? These programmes seem well suited for overbooked or injury-prone runners. Studies and surveys of marathon runners have validated this approach by finding little correlation between weekly mileage and marathon performance, especially
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