For a runner, being diagnosed with diabetes can seem like the end of the world but it needn’t stop you from achieving your goals whether that's a 5k or an ultra. Pre-planning along with blood sugar management and plenty of determination means anything is possible.
Saturday (6 October) was designated International parkrun Day to celebrate 14 years of the phenomenal success that started with just 13 runners in London’s Bushy Park. By coincidence, runABC reporter Alan Newman and his partner Sue James were in Poland and sent us this report from Gdańsk parkrun...
London Frontrunners, like so many UK running clubs, are preparing for another busy winter season of cross country and road races. runABC South reporter Alan Newman caught up with Europe's first and biggest LGBT+ community running club, with 500 members and growing.
Surely now it’s not of case of ‘if’, but ‘when?’ Eliud Kipchoge’s incredible world record run of 2:01:39 in Berlin this month was a giant leap closer to one of sport’s seemingly impossible barriers - the sub two-hour marathon.
Of course, the most popular time of the week for races are Sunday mornings. The weekend slot and minimal traffic disruptions make it the obvious peak time for road races UK wide (writes Chris Broadbent).
It was as the weather madness in March was at its height and I was holed up at home - too icy to head out for a run and too miserable to enjoy it even if I did force myself - that my thoughts turned to Club La Santa (CLS) and memories of an amazing trip there last year (writes Olivia Fazackerley).