Run for the Journey

Run for the Journey

An Interview with James Beckinsale - Top Triathlon Coach

Coach and personal trainer

We catch up with top triathlon coach James Beckinsale, and hear of his love of hills and his racing highs and lows…

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Marathon Legends

Marathon Legends

To mark the London Marathon, we thought it was time to think about which marathoners have become Legends. We wanted to do a Top 10 but, with so many great contenders, it proved impossible. Here are 25 Marathon Legends...

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Top 10 Places to Run in Britain

Top 10 Places to Run in Britain

Bored of running the same old route, or taking part in the same races every year? Why not try our 10 most interesting runs to spruce up your spring training and set your motivation on fire! Don’t forget to pack both sunscreen and a windproof jacket!

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Seaford Photoshoot

Seaford Photoshoot

We like to carry out our photo shoots in places we have a connection with. Ideally somewhere we know through training or racing. Seaford, on England’s south coast, fitted the bill perfectly…

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Top 10 Places to Run in London

Top 10 Places to Run in London

Whether you're a local or visitor, running is a great way to explore the capital. Here are 10 of our favourite locations. Where's your favourite place to run in London?

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Cold Weather Running Tips

Cold Weather Running Tips

Our top three cold weather running tips are to (i) layer up (ii) protect your extremities and (iii) perform a dynamic warm up.

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Diary of an Injured Runner - I'm Going Barefoot

Diary of an Injured Runner - I'm Going Barefoot

I'm going barefoot. No I don't mean I'm taking up barefoot running. After many years of injury I’m not convinced my biomechanics are good enough for that. I mean that from now on - whenever possible - I'm wearing neither socks nor shoes…

 

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Diary of an Injured Runner - My New Toes

Diary of an Injured Runner - My New Toes

I keep staring at my new toes. They may still be a little swollen, but they are functional. After so many years of unexplained running injuries, misdiagnosis and a failed foot operation, I’m so happy am I want to hug the foot surgeon…

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Diary of an Injured Runner - The Deed Is Done

Diary of an Injured Runner - The Deed Is Done

The deed is done. My big toe has been chopped in two and a screw inserted. It is now precisely 4mm longer than it was one week ago (and back...
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Diary of an Injured Runner

Diary of an Injured Runner

First it had to be a footpath. Then it was grass. Finally even the treadmill made my foot hurt. There was nothing for it. Another visit to the foot surgeon…

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Fourth of July

Fourth of July

To celebrate American Independence Day, we present four gifts we believe the USA has brought the running community…

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