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    HOKA ONE ONE - Born in the mountains
    02 Apr 2019
    Radical change often comes about in trying to solve a simple problem. The original goal of HOKA ONE ONE founders Nico and Jean-Luc was to improve endurance race times by designing a shoe to go downhill faster. In doing so, they inadvertently reinvented the running shoe. It’s on the rugged trails of the French Alps they call home where they...
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    8 ways to make sure your next marathon is a success
    26 Mar 2019
    You've done the hard miles and you're into the tapering period of your training. All you can do now is rest and finalise your preparations so the big day can go off without a hitch. We asked Asics Frontrunner Holly Rush to tell us the essential things you should be doing in the two weeks before your marathon. So it’s nearly upon us...
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    How to smash your goals when you run a marathon for charity
    25 Mar 2019
    Running for a charity can massively boost your motivation when you're training for a marathon. However, it can be a challenge in itself to find the time for fundraising alongside the long hours of training. We asked Asics Frontrunner Kelly Ruck for her tips on how to smash your marathon goals for your chosen charity and have a great time along...
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    Why adventures are always better shared
    25 Feb 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Adventures are better when shared. That’s the motto of Friends for Trails founders Jana and Mags. We caught up with the pair to find out why friendships are so important in trail running. Follow Friends for Trails on Instagram Where it all began Jana first heard about Mags in La Palma when she was running the Transvulcania Ultramarathon. A...
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    Introducing the adidas UltraBOOST 19. Recoding running.
    15 Feb 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Running is not what it used to be. Millions of runners around the world. Millions of individual stories. Each one unique. Running crews are springing up in cities, enabling human connections in an age dominated by long working hours and technology. Some groups use running to improve their communities, picking litter as they go or engaging those...
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    Josh & Gav’s 10K training challenge
    29 Jan 2019 / Josh Harris
    This year, Wiggle became the official partner of a series of world-class sports events hosted by Human Race . The series kicks off with the Cancer Research London Winter Run , a 10K race through the heart of the capital on the first weekend in February. Still feeling the excesses of Christmas, it seemed like a great way to start the year. I...
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    Why a sports bra is the number one piece of kit for active women
    14 Jan 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    How can a sports bra improve your workout, reduce breast pain and help you keep your shape well into old age? Wiggle Brand Content Executive Nassrin Chamanian went back to school with Shock Absorber at the University of Portsmouth to find out. You've shelled out for a gym membership. You've got the perfect shoes. You've got the gadgets...
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    What's your challenge for 2019?
    20 Dec 2018
    With the New Year upon us, we find out how some of our very own Wigglers are challenging themselves in 2019. From running 100 miles in one go, to qualifying for Team GB triathlon age group team, one thing we know is that 2019 will be a busy year! We'll be following up with them throughout the year - stay tuned for updates! Join the Wiggle...
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    The self-gifting guide for runners
    12 Dec 2018 / Damien Whinnery
    You’ve trained hard all year, you’ve even embraced the elements this winter, and now you deserve a little something to recognise how far you’ve come. So, why not indulge the Christmas spirit and the season of generosity by rewarding yourself with a little - or large - Christmas gift? This year, Wiggle has launched an online...
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    The New York Marathon: How to pack for a flying visit
    23 Nov 2018 / Anna Smith-James
    When Wiggle runner Anna Smith-James had a flying visit to New York to run the marathon, she needed a compact bag that would be easy to handle and fit all of her running and sight-seeing kit (and still have room to bring a few treats back to the UK!). Could the Osprey Rolling Transporter 40 be up to the job? One of my favourite things about running...

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