Run for the Journey

Run for the Journey

RUN FOR THE JOURNEY

OUR STORY

Our name comes from the Oxford track where Roger Bannister ran the first sub four-minute mile in 1954. 

For Bannister and pacemakers Chris Brasher and Chris Chataway, running was part - but not all - of their life. We love the idea of running as part of a broader healthy lifestyle, and we talk more about this in our manifesto.

Our tri-stripe ribbon pays tribute to the original Amateur Athletics Association (AAA) colours from the ‘50s.

TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE

We make sportswear that is technical, stylish and ethically sourced.

To that end we work only with European fabrics and manufacture primarily in the UK and Europe. Our look is pared back and classic, avoiding short-lived trends and the fast-fashion mindset.

FROM THE JOURNAL

How to Recover from your Long Run

How to Recover from your Long Run

It’s that time of year when many of us are in training for a Spring marathon and it’s time to start upping the mileage.  Sometimes the challenge is not so...
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Look for Marginal Gains to Achieve your PB

Look for Marginal Gains to Achieve your PB

If you’ve set yourself the goal of a personal best (PB) in 2022, it may be worth thinking about marginal gains. Obviously you have to do the correct training to...
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Missing London - What Alternatives are Out There?

Missing London - What Alternatives are Out There?

With London scheduled for autumn rather than spring again this year, many of us are facing a marathon-sized hole in our lives this April. But sometimes a change can actually...
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Running Goals for 2022

Running Goals for 2022

Have you thought about your running goals for 2022?  Goals don't have to be about running faster or longer.  They can be about changing your mindset so that you get more out of your running.
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