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    WIN a £500 Berghaus or Speedo voucher
    01 May 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED Congratulations to the Berghaus voucher winner Karl Adams and the Speedo voucher winner Justyna Czaban-Jozwiak. CONGRATULATIONS on completing the Strava Seize the Day Challenge. Here's your chance to win big with Berghaus and Speedo . Great work on completing 260 minutes of exercise in three weeks but we know you...
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    Top 6 Running Events to get you out of London
    30 Apr 2019
    Our pick of the 6 best reasons to get out of London on a weekend. These UK running events will inspire you to leave the great capital and stretch your legs - with races from 10k to a marathon, we’ve got reasons to see the rest of the UK! Brighton Marathon Date: 14th April 2019 About: Brighton hosts one of the largest marathons in the UK ,...
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    Where to find the best Obstacle Races in the US
    30 Apr 2019
    Obstacle races have become hugely popular over the last decade, but who make the best ones? Here’s our pick of the best obstacle races in the US and their organizers. Tough Mudder Date & Location: Various About: As the name suggests, Tough Mudder will test you physically and mentally but also get you very, very muddy. The full-length...
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    The best half marathons in the US (and possibly the world)
    30 Apr 2019
    The US has some of the most famous running events in the world and plenty of those are included in its roster of impressive half marathons . These are our pick of the best half marathons in the US, and possibly the world. New York City Half Marathon Date: TBC March 2020 About: What could be more iconic than a race through the Big Apple? It’s...
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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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    Believing and achieving - the Portsmouth Duathlon
    13 Mar 2019 / Dan Bartlett
    Run bike run. That's all there is to it. We caught up with Wiggle athlete Dan Bartlett to see how he did at his first duathlon in Portsmouth. The week before my first event of the season was not the best time to come down with the flu. Confined to bed with days to go, unable to train, I resolved to get back on track as soon as possible and...
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    How will you challenge yourself in 2019?
    12 Mar 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Is it the sense of achievement when you cross that finish line? The medal? The celebration afterwards? Maybe you challenge yourself to raise money for a cause close to your heart. Whatever the reason, we want you to cross your next finish line with us. This year, Wiggle has teamed up with Human Race to bring you an unforgettable calendar of world-...
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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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    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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