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
Nike Women's 3.5 Tempo Shorts (£16)Kerry says: Stay cool this summer with these funky Nike shorts. The breathable tech fabric and mesh side panels will keep you dry in even the steamiest conditions.The elastic waistband and interior drawstring
Annie says: Nike says these shoes create the feeling of barefoot running with cushioning and support. So if you’re trying to make the transition to barefoot or minimalist running, these are a good ‘halfway house’ of a shoe. They are ultra flexible for optimum comfort, too, and th...
Gore Women's Air 2.0 AS Lady Vest (£100)Kerry says: One hundred English pounds may seem like a lot of money for a sleeveless jacket but for top-of-the-range clobber, Gore are a brand that deliver value for money. Suitable for cold summer days (and
Salomon Women's Trail III ¾ Tights (£40)Kerry says: These ¾ length tights will carry you from a rainy summer into autumn thanks to their expert body temperature-regulating technology.A great investment to make in the summer, the tights' 50+ UV
Salomon Women's XR 1/2 Zip Tech Tee, £35.00Kerry says: This running T-shirt makes a lot of bold claims about it’s effect on your performance so I’ve put it up for this weeks pick. So is it the ultimate garment in running apparel? Will it help you
In her book, The Complete Book of Women's Running, Dagny Scott recalls trying to find appropriate shoes first as a youngster, and then as an adult runner, in what she calls "the stone age of the sport" – the 1970s. She'd simply find the smallest men
Check!Can you tick all 10 boxes? If not, your child is probably running too much. This checklist from KidsRunning.com helps you determine whether or not the running your kids are doing is appropriate. You should be able to put a tick next to each statement.They are having funThey...
I went to support a few club mates in a local 10K recently and watched the kids' fun run before the main event. What struck me as I clapped and cheered 100m from the finish was that all the children - fast, slow, fat and thin - crossed the finish line with huge grins on their fac...
be standing and talking with one of my heroes.I think London 2012 is going to be the Games of the women. Hopefully, this will encourage more women to choose a life in sport and to realise we are capable of getting to the top. I hope there can be more
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