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Meet the team

THE WOMEN’S RUNNING TEAM HAS A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE TO HELP YOU GET THE MOST FROM YOUR RUNNING

TINA CHANTREY

Mum of three, UKA running and athletics coach and author, Tina grew up on the track and has been running all her life. Follow her running adventures on the hills and trails @shewhodaresruns

CLAIRE CHAMBERLAIN

Contributing editor Claire has completed numerous 10Ks, half marathons and marathons. Mum to Jacob, 5, and Seren, 3, you can follow her on Instagram, @KeepRunningMummy.

DAMIAN HALL

Token-bloke columnist Damian is a dad of two, a fitness journalist, coach and “midlifecrisis ultrarunner” who placed 12th at UTMB. You can follow him on Instagram, ultra_damo, and Twitter, @damo_hall.

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This issue of WR celebrates how crucial, and inspiring, families are to every athlete. Yes, you are an athlete! I’m writing this in the middle of the school summer holidays; my training plans have disintegrated, our house has been swallowed by mess, and my stress levels are higher than I’d like. I defnitely don’t feel like an athlete! Enjoy the issue!