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09 Sep 2016

Berlin

It’s vast and sprawling (more than five times the size of Paris), covered in forests and, while the winters can be brutal, Berlin offers a great mix of parkland and iconic urban sights for visiting runners. A favourite go-to is the Volkspark Friedrichshain in east Berlin and the oldest park… Read More

09 Sep 2016

Edinburgh

Whether you want to power up hills or pound steadily along the waterfront, Edinburgh is ideal for running. Set across seven hills, it’s one of the most beautiful cities in the UK, dripping in historical architecture and surrounded by nature that’s close enough to explore even on a longish run… Read More

09 Aug 2016

Learn to Love Running:  A Guide to Embracing the Road

Many of us remember running as a punishment, our least favourite ‘sport’ at school. However, things have changed since you last put on your PE kit, and it’s become one of the most popular forms of exercise. No longer should you dread the cross-country, instead think about the positives of… Read More

18 Apr 2016

The Comeback Kid’s road to London Marathon

Running downhill is fun. Even after 25 miles. Splish splosh I go down the wet slide of a hill towards Llanberris and the finish line of the Snowdonia marathon. Running downhill is fun. Even when two people in front of me slip over into what appears to be a peat… Read More