Posts by category: runtalk
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19 Mar 2020
The running world has ground to a halt, but there's still much to be gained from a solitary run as coronavirus takes a grip
5 Mar 2020
With the stormy start to the year and the arrival of coronavirus, it is a worrying start to the year for race organisers.
27 Feb 2020
A new film by Dave MacFarlane telling the story of ultra-runner Paul Tierney’s Wainwrights record has premiered
20 Feb 2020
Running events can be a funny business, particularly when things don't always going according to plan.
10 Feb 2020
Rakuten TV is streaming a new documentary titled Inside Kilian taking a look at an unusual year in the life of the Spanish trail runner.
6 Feb 2020
The news that both Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele are signed up to this year's London Marathon has all the hallmarks of one of the sport's greatest races.
22 Jan 2020
The black sheep of the athletics family, it may be, but fell running is the sport's sure fire way for runners to reconnect with nature.
18 Jan 2020
Stockholm Marathon on 30 May is one of Europe's top marathons in 2020.
9 Jan 2020
Olympic glory for Mo Farah? More record setting? Biodegradable balls? 2020 could be quite a year for running. Chris Broadbent makes his predictions.
17 Dec 2019
Will it be a White Christmas? Will our correspondent Chris Broadbent have the chance to run in the snow this winter?
11 Dec 2019
Event organisers in Patagonia, Southern Chile have created a 3-event running programme held at different times of the year that lets you sample the majesty of this remote corner of South America.
4 Dec 2019
It's that time of the year again. No, not that time! Time to deliver the annual unofficial running awards
27 Nov 2019
Sports Tours International is adding Reykjavik Marathon toits roster for 2020
21 Nov 2019
Toiletries and ties? No thanks. Chris Broadbent pens his running Christmas wish list for this year.
13 Nov 2019
Marcothon 2019, the 31-day running challenge starts on 1 December
6 Nov 2019
In trying to run the country, politicians are now more often seen running the streets. For health reasons...or for votes? Chris Broadbent assesses.
30 Oct 2019
A Long Way to Run: The Obsessive Days of a Marathon Runner is Martin Thommerson's second book
24 Oct 2019
Stunning as it was, a growing theme has begin to question to validity of Eliud Kipchoge's achievement around his cutting edge shoes.
17 Oct 2019
runABC's Jane tests the Salomon Supercross GTX
7 Oct 2019
Athletics standing as a sport to inspire the young generation took a downward decent at the Doha World Championships says Chris Broadbent