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Not all world records are made equal, writes Chris Broadbent. Some merit greater celebration than others. Usain Bolt’s 9.59 for 100m can be compared favourably with Ann Atkins world record collection of gnomes, for example.
25 year London Marathon veteran Matt Graham has seen it all. The excitement that securing a place at the world's top running event means; and the trepidation that follows at the thought of hotel bookings, transfer arrangements and all the other queries around getting to the start line ready to do your best.
Dark nights, chilly mornings and runny noses. Yes, autumn has well and truly arrived. If you are a runner, it means the cross country season is just around the corner.
Running can be either sociable or solitary, writes Terry Brennan. Many of us enjoy nothing better than a ‘get away from it all’ hour with only our thoughts for company; it’s one of my own favourite things. But I like the company and sociability that running brings too.
The Brownlee brothers have become a social media hit this week after older brother Alistair sacrificed his own chances of winning the ITU World Triathlon Final in Mexico to help younger brother Johnny, writes Chris Broadbent.
I was fortunate enough to run the New York Marathon 12 years ago, writes Chris Broadbent. It is an incredible, unforgettable event.
Neil Smith at SixPhysio tells us that runners should look beyond remedial action to address recurring issues and to create longer term physical benefits…
Running is a simple business. One foot in front of the other and you’re off. But there are a few tricks of the trade that can make it more enjoyable. One of them is being aware of the pace you are travelling at and how different paces work in different circumstances.
So, what are we supposed to do now? Just go back to normal life? The One Show and Coronation Street? No more waking up to discover it has been another golden night for Team GB?