Posts by category: runtalk
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18 Apr 2019
It's the sounds of the London Marathon that make it such a spine-tingling, goose-pimpling event says Chris Broadbent.
5 Apr 2019
Why are we so obsessed with the marathon distance and its smaller siblings? Chris Broadbent ponders why unrelated distances are reduced to bit part players in road running.
27 Mar 2019
Runtalk investigates alternatives to plastic bottles 2019
21 Mar 2019
Why in 2019 are runners - particularly women - still be heckled on the streets?
13 Mar 2019
Salomon is staging three 2019 trail running festivals in May/June at Box Hill, the Peak District & the Pentlands
8 Mar 2019
Family success has become synonymous with modern athletics, we take a look at some of the relative delights in the current scene.
1 Mar 2019
The rise of veganism is food for thought for runners. Chris Broadbent consider the merits of a plant-based diet to fuels a running regime.
21 Feb 2019
Adam Holland will aim to create a new world record for running from Lands End to John o'Groats
15 Feb 2019
Jasmin Paris's win and new course record at The Montane Spine is one of several examples of women dominating at extreme endurance events.
7 Feb 2019
Should you run with a cold? Regular contributor Chris Broadbent thinks snot.
1 Feb 2019
Sports Tours International's Brendan Fox enjoys a short winter break at Marrakech Marathon
25 Jan 2019
The news that Mo Farah and Eliud Kipchoge will go head to head at this year's London Marathon could fire the starter gun on a great running rivalry.
15 Jan 2019
ASICS Stockholm Marathon 2019 is runABC International Event of the Week
9 Jan 2019
It's a New Year and an inevitable influx of new runners prompted by resolutions, writes Chris Broadbent.
20 Dec 2018
As the nation continues to debate SPOTY, we look back on the running year and give out our own, slightly less prestigious and completely unofficial awards.
13 Dec 2018
Jenny Chambers discusses how to challenge negative mental attitudes and become a better runner
7 Dec 2018
The unsustainable use of single-use plastic water bottles is under scrutiny more than ever before and now is the time for running to take a look in the mirror and consider its role.
30 Nov 2018
Rachael Woolston reports from the Angkor Wat International Half Marathon
23 Nov 2018
Regular writer Chris Broadbent reflects on his inner mojo and how best tame it.
12 Nov 2018
We profile runABC correspondent and ultra enthusiast Jane Holt