Tag: running

Running ‘Sub 3’

Only four per cent of all marathon runners manage to break three hours – Erica Stanley-Dottin is one of them. We asked her what making ‘the List’ really means – and discovered how running is nothing without community

By Alice Barraclough

Fast Lane In Focus

Joe Hale is always on the move, whether running for fun, or chasing around a stadium to photograph the world’s leading athletes in his own unique way

By Glorious

Run Your City

If it weren’t for running and a love of croissants, photographer Tekla Szőcs would never have crossed paths with Samantha Dong. Tekla tells the story of how they connected, the New York City running scene, and the importance of community and friendship

By Tekla Szőcs

Badass Runners

Ditch the diet culture and run for joy. That is how Kelly Roberts approaches running with the Badass Lady Gang, a community she founded that gives women a safe haven in the fitness space

By Glorious

Run To Extremes

Breaking records and conquering mountains is commonplace for lawyer turned ultramarathon athlete Fernanda Maciel. We find out what drives her constant appetite for endurance sports

By Glorious

Driving Force

After Kenyan athlete Agnes Tirop was killed by her husband, fellow female athletes decided to act. Forming a platform, the Women’s Athletic Alliance, they raise awareness and help others move forward

By Jodie Williams

Fast Lane Fashion

Blurring the line between fashion and sport, Dina Asher-Smith, the fastest British sprinter in history, talks to us about the transformative power of clothes and the confidence they bring

By Alice Barraclough

Scummy Mum!

From wine in a mug to making it through a marathon, comedians Helen Thorn and Ellie Gibson do fitness in their own unique way, inspiring thousands in the process

By Amy Abrahams

Run Like A Mum

Bristol-based mum and founder of This Mum Runs, Mel Bound is helping women from all walks of life to get active by putting the joy back into running

By Alice Barraclough

Fast Track

How a London sprint club is celebrating speed. Meet the trailblazing women devoted to reframing this type of running with an inclusive approach

By Amy Abrahams