The best thing about the running community is the incredible inspiration people that it seems to be fit to bursting with. Below is my series of interviews with some of those amazing people. If there is anyone you feel I should be featuring on here let me know in the comments.
Earlier this week I was fortunate enough to have a chat with the founder of trail running brand inov-8, Wayne Edy, and honestly I’ve never had my assumptions of a brand changed so much in a 24 hour period…
It is safe to say that Ellie Lacey is an inspiration. Before 2017 bulldozed its way into her life Ellie was fit, active and already an inspiration; cycling across Europe and setting up a charity marathon in Africa. But come […]
Lets put Adam Holland’s achievements out there right off the bat as they are mind boggling: He has won more marathons/ultra marathons than anyone else in the UK, running 344 marathons and winning 195. He has the world record for the youngest person to run 100 marathons at the age of just 23 and the fastest person to run 10 marathons in 10 days with an average time of 2 hours and 45 minutes. Yes, you read that right; 2 hours and 45 minutes. With all this he sits in the top five in the world for marathon victories…
There are so many running clubs and movements springing up at the moment it can be hard to decide which one might be right for you. Tube Run, or to give it it’s full name; London Tube Run is a free social running group that meets once a month and they run the length of a London Underground tube line.
I have to admit that when I started this interview segment one of the top people I wanted to chat with was Derek Murphy, founder of Marathon Investigation. Derek is a rare breed in the marathoning world by investigating those who cheat during races.
Some people call running an art form. Lori Richmond has made that cliche into a reality with her illustrtations. Born out of a simple and beautiful idea; create a piece of art using a subject she saw while out running and create it in the time it took to complete that run.
Thousands of people have climbed Everest, as little as three hundred people have run across America.
If you haven’t heard about Ben Smith or his incredible achievement, prepare to be amazed. On the 1st of September 2015, Ben went out and ran a marathon. This was to be the first of the 401 marathons Ben would run, in 401 days.
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