Winter brings icy roads and even icier open waters to the UK, which means triathlon is really only suited to our self-styled summer. But that doesn't mean your competitive juices have to dry up when the cold settles in - the UK hosts a growing
Hope Tour: Day One - Harrogate to LeedsWell that was a baptism of fire. Or perhaps ice would be more appropriate. We seemed to have chosen the coldest bloody day of the year to start our epic journey down the country in aid of HopeHIV. It dipped below zero for some of it and with...
Day two: Leeds to BarnsleyTurns out day two was the first time any of the four of us had done back-to-back marathons so that’s a milestone of sorts reached already. Mind you, I’m writing this at 6am on the morning of day three and everything hurts. As in, EVERYTHING. Judging by t...
the top. – Little LizardPack on the breathable layersWhen it's this cold I run in short (to the knee) and running tights, with long winter-weight running tights over the top. My legs stay nice and warm, but the tights are breathable so I don't get too hot
from the busy centre, runners can find peace and quiet on the vast network of trails. Here, Janine cruises up the Harder Kulm moutain road on a winter’s day. For more info, visit runnersworld.co.uk/raverun.
Sweatshop Flash Armband (£5)Kerry says: It's easy to use the dark winter nights as excuse number 498 for 'why I should stay in, eat a bowl of pasta the size of my head and watch trash TV instead.' But get your backside off the sofa, strap
Price: £22.00Base layers are a wardrobe staple all year round, but never more so than in the winter season, which, judging by the advent calendars in supermarkets, is fast-approaching. This Helly Hansen piece comes at a great price so you can avoid
for a decade. This winters update has the day-in, day-out dependability of its predecessors, with more of an emphasis on midfoot support than last years model. A big plastic midfoot shank cradles the underside of the foot; and more significantly
market for its price. This winter also sees the launch of an additional version of the 1080 - the darker-coloured 1080 H20 (pictured, £70). Asics couldn't give us a model with fully functioning water-resistance to test, so we can't comment on that, though
Gore Women's Mythos Thermo Shirt (£55.00)Kerry says: This multi-functional piece of kit provides excellent value for money. It's warm (and soft and fleecy) enough to keep you warm during cold winter runs, but not so warm that you can't pair
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