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ELLIE GREENWOOD

British ultrarunner Ellie wasn’t a competitive runner when she was younger, but developed her talent to run long distances in her 20s to rise to the top of the world’s elite female ultrarunners

Born in Dundee, Scotland, then raised in England, Ellie moved to Canada to work as a ski tour operator, after graduating from university. Having completed her first race aged 22, running the Great North Run in a time of 1 hour 59 minutes and 57 seconds, Ellie initially started running for fun.

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About Women’s Running

The November issue of Women’s Running comes with a FREE magazine! Women’s Running Real-Life Runners is packed with inspiring stories from real women who have discovered the joy of running and overcome incredible obstacles to do so. In the main magazine, it’s our Reader’s Choice Awards issue, in which we celebrate the brands and races that you voted for in your thousands – find out who won! We also test all the latest and best winter running gear, from shoes to gloves, so you can pick the right kit for these chilly mornings. We have a training plan you can do even if you’re injured, we talk to cover star sisters Connie & Stacey about their half marathon training, and we explain how you can love every single winter run. Even the really dark, really rainy ones. Seriously. Let’s get out there!