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FINAL FLING

In November, the Project Trail team faced their challenge at the Bath Hilly Half
A beautiful day for lots of slippery hills

Trail running is tough. If you need evidence of that, just look at what our Project Trail team – Abbey Payne, Steph Dutton and Clare Steel – have gone through in the last four months.

They’ve tackled hills, strength work, mental struggles and jammed diaries, and suffered real problems with injury. In fact, in the end, sadly Abbey’s knee problem was so bad that she was forced to withdraw from the Bath Hilly Half.

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About Women’s Running

Get set for a great year with the new issue of Women’s Running! We’ve got three four-week plans for you to set up a brilliant year of running and get back into shape – and we’ll show you how to hit your racing weight when you’re training for marathon. Fundraising for a spring marathon? Find out how to raise thousands of pounds by the women who’ve done it. And don’t enter your 2017 races without reading part one of our 2017 Ultimate Race Guide, with 100 brilliant events you’ll love to do up to June this year. Plus, we’ve got healthy recipes for runners, a guide to avoiding fatigue while you’re training, and six of the best running watches for women. Grab your copy today!