's good for any level of runner. Hannah England runs in the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+: the perfect fit, for the perfect run. Available from www.nike.com.
One of the most memorable moments of this summer's IAAF World Championships took place in the final straight of the women's 1,500m, when 24-year-old Hannah England rocketed through from seventh to grab a surprise silver medal. This impeccably
After watching the best-of of the British trials yesterday, there's a worrying lack of young talent in some of the disciplines, lots of old hands coming through on the sprint, but some good performances at distance - A good win for Hannah England
Last week we were lucky enough to meet Dame Kelly Holmes and six of her On Camp with Kelly protégés - amongst them the 2011 World Championship 1,500m silver medallist Hannah England and 800m semi-finalist Emma Jackson.Radiating confidence
- including England referee Howard Webb, pictured - celebrate the arrival of the event by making a ‘Y’ for ‘Yorkshire’, the new symbol of the marathon. Runner's World is proud to be one of the official media partners of the race, which is being staged by Jane
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be lacking in household names, it is by no means lacking in talent. Kelly Holmes is delighted to be sending four athletes from her On Camp with Kelly initiative to compete in the Games - Hannah England, Charlotte Purdue, Emma Jackson and Andrew Osagie. "We
Balance 760? I've only ever worn New Balance so am just after a bit of advice!Thanks Hannah Try some New Balance 760. They might suit you. LOL Mr W Or...... try googleing "support shoes" there's loads out there. But why fix what isn't broke
In June 2011 me and my friend Ran from Canterbury England to Rome Italy, for two months I didn't feel the warmth of a women as we covered by foot 1300 miles in the heat of summer. I wrote a blog of my tales check it out fellow runners http://run2
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