Running has the power to change your life. It will make you fitter, healthier and happier. Here's 30 tips to help you get (and stay) on track to a brighter future.1. Start by walkingWhether you're fresh off the couch or coming from another sport, running takes time to break in...
The Edinburgh Marathon, a new entry at 22To help you choose which events to enter in 2004, we once again bring the RUNNER’S WORLD Top 100 UK Races of the Year. It’s based on the experiences of the RUNNER’S WORLD team, our UK-wide network
A hummus-style on toast, perfect for breakfast, lunch or a quick snack. Try adding a protein-rich topping of your choosing1 tbsp olive oil1 clove garlic, crushed1 red onion, finely diced 1 carrot, finely diced1 celery stick, finely diced1 tsp red
, make sure there’s plenty of ventilation because without forward movement there’s no wind to cool you down.Sweating can be a problem, so cover any carpet which may be dripped on, and the top of your bike to stop corrosion.A fan will keep you cool. Drink
At 26 years old, Tom Aikens was the youngest chef ever to earn a Michelin star. But for this veteran of the Virgin London Marathon and the Marathon des Sables, it's not enough for food to merely taste spectacular - it should boost your fitness, too. Here he takes your through six...
This year we gave four lucky runnersworld.co.uk members a stash of prizes from our Christmas Gift Guide. The winners are below:Big SplashDonna Moores (Altrincham)Under £25David Caswell (Reading)For HimMatt Brooks (Shrewsbury)For HerMelanie White (Stoke on Trent)
A Top Ten Andy Richardson[not on front page]Fort Of The DayCan May's Sandal Castle 10K battle its way into the RW Top 100 UK Races?:--In its four-year history, the Sandal Castle 10K has become one of the fastest growing races in the North
Some of Britain's favourite athletes will be missing out on the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. If you can't get enough of Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah, Lisa Dobriskey or Martyn Rooney, it looks like you'll just have to wait until next season.The good news is that with Britain's depth of...
Open-water can seem daunting for even the most experienced swimmers. So an open-water masterclass with one of the best in the business, World Champion and Olympic silver medalist Keri-Anne Payne, was snapped up by a group of keen triathletes.Over the course of an hour we watched ...
"It's what evenings were made for. The only downside is that you're at a loss the week after." Carl Harrington, on the Tour Of Tameside."With 130 events in 2003, the Race for Life women-only 5Ks were better than ever, and top our tricky
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