It’s known as one of the greatest marathons in the world, and Run24 will be there to bring you all the coverage of the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon.
With only 15 weeks to race day on 28 April we will be bringing you all the pre-race news including who’s who at this year’s London Marathon, the inspirational stories of some of the thousands who will be tackling this iconi
by Paul Sinton-Hewitt (parkrun founder) - 29 December 2018
2018 has been a landmark year for parkrun around the world. I am proud that our movement is now widely viewed as an innovative health intervention with an impact that reaches far beyond our parks and open spaces on Saturday mornings. Yet importantly, the parkrun experience remains the same as it’s always been.
Firstly, I must thank each and every parkrunner around the world for your sup
She has just clocked her marathon PB of 2:35 in Valencia, Spain, without trying and training too hard. So when the 2018 Comrades Champion Ann Ashworth shortly after announced that she would be running full time from next year, running experts and the running community were buzzing with excitement. Because what Ashworth has managed to achieve up to now while balancing a demanding career as advocate, managing an el
The 100km Ultra-trail Cape Town (UTCT) saw disappointment, and some surprises, with two of the Men’s race favourites Prodigal Khumalo and Ryan Sandes being forced to withdraw, and both the Men’s and the Women’s race winners were taken by surprise with their wins.
German Janosch Kowalczyk, 28, came first in a time of 10 hours 22 minutes, with Swedes Elov Olsson (10:41:49) and
Many runners know what it takes to run a marathon: months of commitment and preparation culminating in that great feeling as you cross the finish line. The thing most runners look forward to after their marathon effort is usually the week or so break after. Now imagine running a marathon again, and again and again the next day. In fact, imagine running 100 marathons in 100 days. Sounds exhausting? Well yes, but t
With last year’s first and second placed men back to claim the top spot for 2018, and a very strong field of international elite athletes travelling to South Africa, the Ultra-trail Cape Town (UTCT) Men’s race on Saturday will be an exciting one.
The Women’s race also looks to be closely contested, with Italian Francesca Canepa and Kelly Wolf from the United States (US) curr
Sir Mo Farah will return to the Virgin Money London Marathon in 2019.
With four Olympic gold medals and six World Championship victories, Farah is already Britain’s most decorated track and field athlete and now he is breaking more records on the roads.
In his first year as a dedicated marathon runner, Farah finished third in this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon in a Br
by Chanelle Retief (Registered Dietician) - 19 November 2018
We all know that feeling; you had a long day at work, you were stuck in traffic and to top it all off… you had to stop at the grocery store for some extra milk. By the time that you get home and finally start with dinner your stomach is growling. The inevitable follows. You snack and taste so much while cooking that unknowingly you are actually eating a whole meal, and that before dinner has even been serv