and too bulky for most runners, as well as for its limited range of Features , but if you just want a simple stopwatch and a watch that you can wear with your regular clothes, this model fits the bill. There's no memory and the most basic of lap counters
them on runs, encourage them, lend them your back issues of RUNNERS WORLD. Do all the things you wish someone had done for you!I resolve to Leave my watch at home for one run a weekWhy? Not every run is a race. Time has its role as an objective means
It’s no coincidence that sporting events staged near Box Hill, Surrey, come with intimidating titles (think the Knacker Cracker 10K or the Surrey Legs of Steel Challenge). As one of the best-known summits of the North Downs, it poses a gutsy challenge to all who atte...
Untitled DocumentThe Runner's World Personal Best Awards aim to recognise and reward the products and services that have helped make your running so enjoyable and enriching.This year, to accommodate the Heroes of Running Awards, we had Awards
(JBSurrey)In Short: A must have for the serious runner!Strengths:Comfortable and simple design, very accurate data, instantaneous downloading and the ablilty to not only display your runs on a map or Google Earth but to analyse your performance in depth
The 2007 Personal Best Awards marked a new venture for Runner’s World but one that was long overdue – an annual celebration of all the best things in running. Our aim when founding the Awards was to recognise and reward the products and services
-friendly price tag and for someone venturing into the world of running watches for the first time, it certainly seems to tick all the right boxes.Tell us what you think of the Nike+ SportBand by submitting a review in our Gear section.
If you want to know exactly how far, and fast, you've run, then a speed-and-distance monitoring (SDM) watch is an essential piece of kit. Timex, Garmin and Navman produce SDMs that use satellites to trace your steps. They're pretty good, but if you
Where and when? Saturday, September, 27, Harwich, Essex.What is it? If you’re looking for an event with a more European flavour, this might fit the bill. With more than 500 runners making the trip from Holland, Belgium and Germany, the Discovery
What’s currently topping your gear wish-list? Shoes? A sports watch? Thermal apparel?Whatever your latest must-have item, this is your chance to get your mitts on some kit for free. We’ve teamed up with Alexandra Sports and every two weeks
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