it work?The Nike+ SportBand pairs a slimline wristwatch with a motion sensor (both included within the RRP £40) in your shoe to track distance, pace and calorie data while you run. The watch’s detachable USB SportBand Link can then be plugged into your
the launch of their first swimmer-specific training watch. And what a watch it is; providing all the features and functions that you’d expect from a Garmin gadget with a few extra perks.What is it?Garmin Swim is a hyper intelligent training device designed
Garmin Forerunner 110 (£149.99)Kerry says: Don't let the relatively low price point fool you. This GPS running watch may be simple, but the technology all there - you'll be hooked up with all the essential stats from your run.Time is displayed
We were delighted today to watch videos saluting Jess Ennis’ mum Alison and Chris Hoys’s mum Carol.We always laud the athletes who achieve – and rightly so – but rarely do we hear the stories of the family and friends who played their part in each
's Ironman UK. His secret weapon at this year's Ironman World Champs? His mum's there to watch him race.
This week the Runner’s World team were delighted to be invited to a pre-screening of this summer’s most hotly anticipated Brit flick: Fast Girls.It’s been far too long since we flopped on the sofa to watch a good athletics film. Chariots of Fire
in the industry'. All rather exciting news for a Friday afternoon here at RW Towers - we're looking forward to revealing more and testing it out over the next few weeks. In the meantime, watch the video for a sneak peek...
The Ironman Run Trainer GPS 2.0 has landed and we’ve been given a sneak preview at the latest from Timex. The watch has come on leaps and bounds since its predecessor in design; it’s lightweight, slick and stylish. So what does it do? Just about
We don't need a heart-rate monitor to tell us that every time Garmin launches a new GPS sports watch, our pulse starts to quicken. We can't wait to get our mitts on the Forerunner 910XT, which has just launched ahead of the Ironman World
of clips wired to the ear lobe and attachments to the fingertip; nowadays you have a chest strap (transmitter), a receiver (watch), and no wires. Location is everything It’s important to put the chest strap on in the correct position. For men
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