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Like the Wind #36

200 x 255 mm, 132 pages
London, UK
Editor: Simon Freeman
Co-editor: Imogen Lees
Creative director: Julie Freeman Kummer
Co-creative director and designer: Alex Murphy

'Running stories from around the world'

Like the Wind brings together stories for, by, and about people who run. This isn't a magazine about how to run — but why. The perfect place for those looking for running community and/or inspiration to lace up their shoes and get outside  whether for the first time or just the first time in a wee while...

In issue #36 for Summer 2023, 'Matt Wisner takes us trackside at the Penn Relays, lapping up the unique atmosphere that the Jamaican supporters bring ... A couple of oceans away, Jaymes Shrimski reports from the burgeoning run crew culture in Manila, where running is still a niche sport ... Meanwhile, in Australia, Luke O’Shea’s fantastic photography paints a brilliant picture of the World Cross-Country Championships.' Plus, lots more.

On the Journal: It’s this one thing
'I’d say I’ve ‘been a runner’ since I moved to London a little over five years ago. I’d tried it before then—for a few months while living in Edinburgh and again while I lived in Sheffield, but it never stuck. I struggled to push through to the to the fabled ‘other side’ (translation: to stick with it long enough that my body grew strong enough for me to be able to enjoy it). So what changed? Well, I finally found community...' READ MORE

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