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THE SKY’S THE LIMIT

Since joining Women’s Running, I’ve read about – and chatted to – many terrifically inspiring women. From those who’ve battled tremendous adversity, to those who’ve achieved incredible sporting feats they hadn’t previously believed possible – and even helped others do the same. Take this month’s cover star, Chrissie Wellington. Not only is she a four-time World Ironman Champion, but she does amazing work helping to break down barriers to participation in sport (read her story on page 10). In this issue you’ll also meet Zamzam, Mahsa and Arzoo, three utterly courageous and inspiring women who have put everything on the line so that they – and others – can be granted access to exercise (read more on page 70).

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Get inspired with our November issue of Women’s Running. Read our exclusive interview with cover star Chrissie Wellington, who shares her journey from amateur athlete to becoming four-time World Ironman Champion. Turn to page 48 and you’ll discover how you too can take your running to the next level – find out how one woman approached her first ultra and get all the tips you’ll need to up your distance. Struggling to find time to run for half an hour a week, never mind train for an ultra? No problem. We’ve got some great time-efficient sessions for women with manic lives. If running is strictly off limits for you at the moment due to injury, try our three cross-training plans to keep you sane – and your fitness up – while you recover. And if speed is your focus this autumn, don’t miss our expert advice on getting faster, as we show you how to find your top gear. Enjoy all this, plus all of the usual kit picks, inspiration, recipes, workouts and more!