Rome Marathon (Italy, March)It's no wonder that foreign runners make up more than a third of the field for this race, which is effectively a 26.2-mile sightseeing tour around the Eternal City. The race is held on a Sunday in March, and takes in the ancient splendours of the Colos...
One of the great joys of triathlon is that it gives you the perfect excuse to travel all over the world to take part in races. But if you don't make plans and take precautions you can easily fall victim to sickness or injury and all your hard
runners. Over the past year the staff and correspondents of RUNNERS WORLD have spent most of their weekends travelling to a huge number of these events. Those travels, together with informal surveys of competitors and other reader feedback, provide
He's broken the 100m world record three times and the 200m world record twice - but can Usain Bolt run even faster? Judging by the way he slowed down at the Olympic 100m final 10m from the finish, there's room for improvement. His form, according
Wonderful day. I did not know I could keep going so long but with the best friend in the world and the support of my family cheering, I made it nearly running the whole way! My seven children and husband came to cheer even though the men had been
and someone to answer general queries about travel arrangements will also be on hand. On race day RUNNER’S WORLD will have the following pace groups: Sub-1:30 with Sean Fishpool, Steve Smythe and Rob Spedding; Sub-1:45 with Steven Seaton and Oliver Roberts
Hungary has not traditionally been noted for being an integral cog in the marathon-running machine, but perhaps it's time the world started to pay it a bit more attention. 2008's 23rd edition of the Budapest Marathon saw a whopping 10 different
to become a sponsored world-class triathlete.Any perceptions we may have had of athletes leading exotic lives of training, travel, wins and photo shoots are shattered by Chrissie’s revelations of eating disorders, control issues and injury.She reveals how
Marathon. Andrew will travel economy class 41,000kms around the world, will burn 6,500 calories a day - enough for a 600kg crocodile - go through seven pairs of socks, run on glaciers, through deserts and mountains and past iconic landmarks
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