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MAKING A MARATHON

Amarathon doesn’t usually start in a pub. But that’s sometimes where they begin, years before the inaugural bang of the starting gun.

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Men’s Running
How many times, honestly, have you given it your all
PACE
Virgin Money London Marathon champ Daniel Wanjiru, fourtime Olympic gold medalist Sir Mo Farah and the rising star of British distance running, Callum Hawkins, will compete at the inaugural Big Half on 4 March. The race, organised by London Marathon Events, will see up to 20,000 runners take to the streets of the capital for a half marathon that organisers say will be ‘truly global and uniquely local’.
Pizza was the most popular food mentioned on Strava
FIRST-TIME RACE DIRECTOR MIKE JONES IS HOPING TO CREATE AN EVENT TO RIVAL EUROPE’S FINEST. WE CAUGHT UP WITH HIM TO TALK TRAILS, WELSH WONDERS AND GRAND PLANS
ANDREW KNOTT, 38, HAS USED RUNNING TO CUT FIVE S TONE AND BOOS THIS CONFIDENCE
LULLINGSTONE COUNTRY PARK, EYNSFORD, DA4 0JF
TRAIN
I’m a firm believer that any runner who has not been
PRO UL TRARUNNER ROBBIE BRITTON WITH SOME LESSONS FROM THE FRONTLINE
Running well, especially off-road, means training hard but if you struggle to truly push yourself, Matt Maynard is on hand to help you run your socks off
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FOR OUR ALL-NEW TESTING FORMAT, WE’VE GATHERED A CRACK TEAM OF KIT-HUNGRY RUNNERS TO PUT PRODUCTS THROUGH THEIR PACES. THE ‘BEST IN TEST’ PRODUCT IN EACH CATEGORY WILL SIMPLY BE THE BIT OF KIT THAT’S COME OUT WITH THE HIGHEST OVERALL SCORE (DRAWS WILL BE SETTLED BY THE EDITOR). FIRST UP FOR YOUR RUNNING PLEASURE: SHORT-SLEEVED TOPS, SHORTS AND SOCKS.
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LAST ISSUE, WE INTRODUCED THE THREE BLOKES GOING FOR MARATHON GLORY AS PART OF THIS YEAR’S BMC TEAM. NOW THEIR TRAINING IS IN FULL SWING, WE CAUGHT UP WITH THEM TO SEE WHETHER THE NEW YEAR HAS GIVEN THEM NEW HOPE FOR FAST TIMES
FEATURE
Runners are no strangers to the merits of social media, but is all this data sharing harmless motivation or emotionally harmful?
MAKE THESE SCIENCE-BACKED HEALTH AND FITNESS RESOLUTIONS TO ENSURE 2018 IS YOUR BEST YEAR YET
DAVID SMYTH MEETS THE ORGANISERS OF TWO RELATIVELY NEW BUT VASTLY DIFFERENT MARATHONS TO LEARN WHAT IT TAKES TO CREATE A MUCH-LOVED EVENT
GLYN JONES AND ALAN MCKENNA MAY NOT BE HOUSEHOLD NAMES BUT, IN THEIR OWN WAYS, BOTH MEN PROVE RUNNING IS THE ULTIMATE FORM OF ADVENTURE
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FUEL
WITH SEVERAL HIGH-PROFILE RUNNERS EXTOLLING THE VIRTUES OF FAT-ADAPTED RUNNING, WHAT IS IT EXACTLY AND CAN EVERYDAY RUNNERS BENEFIT FROM CUTTING CARBS?
IS NEW ZEALAND BLACKCURRANT EXTRACT
MEAT-FREE, ENERGY-RICH RECIPES FOR OPTIMUM HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE
RACE
NATHAN MONTAGUE BATTLES FATIGUE, HALLUCINATIONS AND VENOMOUS SNAKES AT THE BRUTALLY DIFFICULT 400K ULTRA-TRAIL GOBI RACE WORDS: DAMIAN
JAMES DUNN RECOUNTS 26.2 BLISSFUL MILES ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD
INCLEMENT WEATHER AND A WORSE-THANTHOUGHT INJURY CAN’T STOP SIMON MESSENGER RUNNING A SURPRISINGLY GOOD RACE ON THE NORTH COAST OF SPAIN
Jim realises he has a tendency to get a little carried away after a good run