Like the Wind Issue Ten Running Magazine
Issue #8 of Like the Wind¬†is a glorious celebration of running, packed from cover to cover with reportage pieces, personal anecdotes, breathtaking illustrations and stunning photography. We again bring you 100 pages of stories including:
THE HILLS ARE ALIVE
LtW¬†writers and photographers¬†follow hardy and determined cross-country teams vying for glory¬†over London‚Äôs¬†challenging Parliament Hill.
ALADDIN SANE, A GARMIN AND A BIT OF STRING
Deputy editor¬†Imogen Lees¬†argues that she can‚Äôt even run to the corner shop without starting her watch.
RUN, BREATHE, LAUGH, EAT, CHAT, REPEAT
Across the Atlantic,¬†Lindsay Ford¬†ran from Aspen to Vail with¬†Jenn Shelton and Rickey Gates¬†without expectations but ended up¬†casting aside her preconceptions about how she would live her life.
SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES
In¬†another Stateside story, American coach¬†Heidi Boynton¬†tells us¬†how she has taught thousands of young girls to run without worrying about what they can achieve; instead just getting out there and crossing the line, helping friends along the way.
IF YOU GO DOWN TO THE WOODS TODAY
Another of our contributors running without fear is¬†Simon Bagshaw, who recounts his attempts to run without stressing about the bears sharing his routes along the Canadian trails.
And finally, we‚Äôve a story from¬†Scott Partenheimer, who ran without clothes. His hilarious account of his naked 5km race may well see you casting aside your tights. Or possibly zipping up your jacket a bit tighter‚Ä¶
Whatever you run without, don‚Äôt run without Like the Wind: real stories from real runners, without gloss or filters ‚Äì basically, why we all run.
Remember; because Like the Wind is a good old ink-and-paper title, there are a limited number of copies and when they are gone, they‚Äôre gone forever.¬†The magazine is skill-fully printed on uncoated FSC accredited paper: we care at least as much for the planet as we do for running on its surface.