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    From gym to Ironman - Annie's story
    02 Apr 2019 / Annabelle Lancaster
    It was January 2011. New year, new me. Like many of those 'New Year’s Resolution-ers,’ I'd decided to lose a bit of weight and get fitter. I'd been getting out of breath walking up a flight of stairs so I needed to make a change. Along with countless others at that time of year, I joined a gym. Little did I know, I was...
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    Plus-sized runner and proud
    02 Apr 2019
    Meet Latoya. Latoya is 32 and runs anywhere between 25 and 60 miles a week. She’s run more than 80 races, including two ultramarathons, and has a room full of race-finisher medals. Latoya is also a plus-sized runner – or as she would say on her food and running blog Running Fat Chef : 'I’m fit. I’m fat. I’m an...
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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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    WIN a pair of Zone 3 Compression tights
    18 Mar 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    THIS COMPETITION IS CLOSED Run a half-marathon distance to win a pair of compression tights from Zone3 . We're well into the running season and by now many of you will be ramping up your training. The benefits of compression to athletes have been proven in a variety of studies. It can cut recovery times, improve performance, and reduce muscle...
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    Win access to an exclusive evening with Team GB athletes
    01 Mar 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED What’s your running goal for 2019? We’ve teamed up with Polar to help you achieve it. You and a friend could win exclusive access to the Polar Powers your PB event in London where you’ll be able to train alongside Team GB athletes Eilish McColgan and Vicky Holland. Polar UK Head Coach Nick Anderson...
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    Win a full outfit from dhb
    01 Mar 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    THIS COMPETITION IS CLOSED It’s time to #GetThere March is the month of International Women’s Day, so what better time to celebrate women in sport and encourage as many of you as possible to get active! We want to see how you move. Share your pictures with us on social media and you could win a whole new kit courtesy of dhb - choose...
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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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