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What are the best running races in Oslo? Here are five suggestions- we cover road races, trail races and various distance races, all at different times of the year.
Where are the 5 Best Places to Run in Ljubljana? We asked former professional middle distance runner and local running guide Peter from Run With Me Ljubljana to find out.
Run With Me Ljubljana is launching in Slovenia in March 2019. Join local guide Peter Kastelic on the Castle Run, the Best of Ljubljana tour, or a custom tour or training session of choice. Ljubljana is a beautiful city with plenty of great history, culture, and view points, all best seen through running!
Ever wanted to know what it is like to run the Comrades marathon? We asked Jono, running guide in Johannesburg, to give us a rundown of what it’s like. Here is his race report.
Zurich is a beautiful city situated at the north end of Lake Zurich, and is more than just a global hub for international banking and finance. The picturesque streets of the Old Town located either side of the Limmat River reflect its pre-medieval history, with beautiful waterfront promenades showcasing the alpine-fed Lake Zurich. The proximity to nature means there are plenty of great places to run, both in and around the city.
Today we are excited to announce the launch of a new Run With Me city, Run With Me Zurich. Run With Me Zurich is the 5th Run With Me city globally and the third in Europe. The story of how it came to be is an interesting one, and a testament to our friends in Johannesburg.
Johannesburg has one of the most vibrant running scenes anywhere on the planet. Between the informal morning running groups, the weekly afternoon time trials hosted by clubs across the city, the organized weekend races, and the countless individuals who take to the road alone or with dog in tow, there are thousands of people running in Johannesburg each week. But where are the best locations to run in Johannesburg?
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.
Running is enjoyed by millions around the world. It is not only a great form of exercise, running is also a fun hobby for many. Unfortunately, all fun hobbies and sports come with risks. Running can lead to shin splints, ITBS (Runner's Knee) and other related injuries if you aren’t careful. To help you, here are a few tips that can help reduce or lower the impact of running-related injuries.