Drop Us A Line!

How to send stories and 'ask the experts' questions to the UK edition of Runner's World magazine


Posted: 22 May 2003

Got a training question, an inspirational story, or a rib-tickling running anecdote? Then whizz it over to us.

We want to bring you right into the heart of the magazine, with:

  • Your questions answered by our experts: training, nutrition, health and injury. The results look like this - though let us know if you'd like to be featured for our more in-depth monthly training clinic. Email us here.

  • Interesting running news from your area and entertaining anecdotes to bring a smile to our work-worn faces (no, not the one about Dave's shorts 'accidentally' falling down at the club presentation). For a Warmups section called Mile Markers. Email us here.

  • Inspirational personal stories for our Human Race page. Email us here.

NB: this is NOT the email address for general magazine queries, subscriber questions or website support. Any non-editorial emails to this address will be ignored. Please see 'Contact Us' at the foot of this page for the correct details.


Previous article
Coming very soon...
Next article
Radcliffe, Coe, Tergat - The Big Interview!

Q+A
TwitterStumbleUponFacebookDiggRedditGoogle

Discuss this article


Jet
I am looking for a partner to train for next years London Marathon living in west London. I normally run approx 7 to 10 miles (longer at weekends). If anyone livibg locally and interested let me know.
Jet
Posted: 30/06/2003 at 13:36

Jet, Ealing Southall & Middlesex AC do their weekend training runs through Norwood/Osterley/along the canal/etc. They get quite a few joining to train for the FLM and at all ability levels so am sure you'd be welcome.

More info at www.esm.org.uk
Posted: 30/06/2003 at 14:00


Jet
Thanks Chaos, I will be looking at their web site and contact people.
Posted: 01/07/2003 at 08:22


I'm in Hounslow, if that's any good to you. I'm also wanting to do FLM next year, but I've never run further than 4 miles in my entire life and I'm quite slow.
Posted: 01/07/2003 at 08:29


Jet
TallGalShapeGettingBetter, I will be running tomorrow. My route - through Osterley Park, then along A4 pass Osterley UG Station, Four Pillars Hotel and back through the park. If you would like to join me anong the route let me know where and time please.
Posted: 01/07/2003 at 09:00


I've done a near 3 mile run today, so will want to rest tomorrow. Can I join you on the next run at Osterley Station?
I'm sure I can do Osterley Station to the Four Pillars, not too sure how fast and I can't gurantee that I won't walk.
Posted: 01/07/2003 at 09:28


9 am okay?
Posted: 01/07/2003 at 09:29


Jet
How about Thursday at 7.30 pm Osterley Station. (I am working and can only run in the evening except Saturdays when can make it at 9 am).
Posted: 01/07/2003 at 09:55


Cool. Will do Thursday then.
Posted: 01/07/2003 at 09:57


Jet
Look forward to that; I should be at Osterley Station at 7.30pm (if I am not out of breath :-).
Posted: 01/07/2003 at 10:27


Jet
I had my run yesterday, without my running partner. Still I will be training on Sunday morning if anyone wants to join. Getting ready for 10K on 13th July.
Posted: 04/07/2003 at 09:25

ran a 10k at Thundersley in the last couple of weeks,Runners World printed the wrong start time 10am instead of 11.15am a lot of runners went home.Filled in envelope for results have not received any as yet.
Posted: 17/07/2003 at 00:56

We'd love you to add a comment! Please login or take half a minute to register as a free member

Smart Coach
Free, fully-personalized training plans, designed to suit your racing goals and your lifestyle.