Half Marathon

Mud, Sweat And Tears: A Half-Marathon With A Difference

Jonathan Young | Posted 24.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Jonathan Young

Running events evoke all sorts of emotions. There's the nerves in the build-up; the desire as you spring from the start line; the agony of over-worked muscles; the flickering between camaraderie and competition.

Ten Tips For Training For Your First Marathon

Alana Gray | Posted 24.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Alana Gray

Got a spring marathon or half marathon coming up, getting nervous, and scrabbling for some last minute training tips?! Having trained for the last three years for a marathon (yes I only ended up completing one, but that's neither here nor there...;-)) and with three half marathons under my belt I feel like I'm at least semi qualified to give this advice!

11 Things That Helped Me Complete My First Half Marathon

Amy Packham | Posted 08.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Amy Packham

I took away the "choice" I had whether or not I should go for a run and made it a necessity in my everyday life, a habit. We do things every day that we don't want to do - cooking, doing our washing, tidying up the kitchen and if we actually had a choice, it's easier to say no.

Dad Runs Half Marathon With Pram, Breaks World Record

The Huffington Post UK | Amy Packham | Posted 19.02.2016 | UK Parents

A dad who ran a half marathon while pushing his 20-month-old daughter in a pram not only won the race, but managed to break a world record. Callum ...

Why Do We Run?

Andy Brown | Posted 12.05.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Andy Brown

If an alien had asked me why all these people had chosen to get up early on a Sunday morning and run 13.1 miles for fun, I would have appreciated their confusion. So why did over 30,000 of us - many paying for the pleasure - turn up at the same time to run in what was effectively a big circle?

Running Fundraisers: How to Choose a Charity

Yasmin Morgan-Griffiths | Posted 10.03.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Yasmin Morgan-Griffiths

My decision to donate my marathon funds to Amnesty International was based on their excellent reputation, measurable progress and realistic goals. I believe they work to resolve human rights abuses effectively through campaigning for changes to legislation, administration and education.