Oslo is famous for its architecture, museums and beautiful waterside. There are also great parks, and plenty of trails to explore close to the city. But where are the best places to run? We ask local expert Håvard from Run With Me Oslo to give is his top 5.
It’s no secret that running a marathon takes a lot of training and mental strength. For most people, it's at least 4 hours of non-stop running. With this in mind, it might surprise you to learn of three people who are, or were, among some of the oldest marathon runners in the world. Here are their stories.
Run With Me has a new home - www.runwithme.world. When I started out, I wanted Run With Me to be a platform through which travelling runners could meet local runners, and get a local running experience. Now we are four Run With Me cities it makes sense to have one website, where we bring everyone together.