Nike Women's Stripe G87 Knit Tank, £25.00Annie says: It is supposed to be mid-June, so if you’re optimistic for at least a few hot summer days, this tank is ideal. Or if you just want to show some skin after those hard winter months of running
Nike Free Run+ 3 Women's Running Shoes (SS12), £80.00Kerry says: Research has shown (well, straw polls conducted at RW towers from time to time) that women are more concerned with the aesthetics of their running kit than men. While men need
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...
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
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
Girls is quite simple. Two British girls from opposite sides of the track (pardon the pun) run the 200m qualifying time for the 2011 World Championships in London. They are approached for the 4x100m women’s relay team, where a gold medal has eluded
nightmare if she lost, frankly.” Holmes was a precocious talent at junior level, winning the English Schools 1500m title, but joined the Women’s Royal Army Corps at 18. She became an Army judo champion and when athletics meetings came around, ran against
. Training for the event alone is a mission and conditions at Kona always make for an unpredictable and edge-of-the-seat race.Ones to watchThe women: High drama is promised in the women’s race as 2011 winner and world record holder Chrissie Wellington takes a
-distance men are lagging behind the women, his London 2012 favourites and to find out about his relationship with Coe and Ovett, on and off the track. Football was my real love as a child. All I wanted to be was a footballer.Once I started winning races for my
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