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Virtual event uptake soars during lockdown

If the past few months have shown us anything, it’s that we still have an appetite for activity. Event organisers and charities have been quick to switch from their usual format of real world events to virtual versions.

Top of The Docs

We thought it might be prudent and as good a time as any to give you a little rundown on some of the best running documentary films out there to fill any spare time you might find yourself with.

Art work courtesy of YilgarnArt

Time to Run

Sometimes it might feel like the world is running round in circles, not clear of the best path to take; Sometimes it will feel like the right thing to do is run away, whilst others might be more inclined to run headlong into the unknown; The entire sporting world has ground to a halt just when your favourite team might’ve been making a run at a title challenge; Heck there’s been times recently when it would appear your local supermarket has completely run out of stock.

Dot watching

The Sport of Dot Watching

There’s a new sport which is really taking off – it’s the sport of dot watching! Every weekend thousands of us are hunched over laptops and phones watching a slow moving dot on a screen.

Chrissie Wellington comeback

Top 5 Running Comebacks

After seeing Tiger Woods and his amazing comeback to win the Masters at the weekend, we thought we’d think about some of the best running comebacks we’ve seen.

Lakeland Trails feet

Sorry You’ve Got The Wrong Number

Bib swapping is often seen as a crime that doesn’t really hurt anybody. I mean, you’ve paid for the number, it’s up to you what you do with it, right? We’d argue that it’s wrong for several reasons.