Like The Wind Magazine

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Exquisitely produced and beautifully illustrated quarterly running magazine; it's not how to run, it's why we run

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Each edition blends inspirational tales, beautiful illustrations, and jaw-dropping photography that will whet your appetite and get your feet twitching.

Captivating and inspirational, once you delve into the world of Like the Wind, you probably won't want to come out again until you've read it from cover to cover (we're fairly sure that buyer Dave has been poring over it at his desk all day, but we can't blame hime really). Within these pages you can expect to find illustrations, stories, and photographs of incredible people and places.

Edition #17

A demonstration of the real, tangible impact that running can have....

Cover: illustration by Matthew Brazier, available to buy on the Like the Wind website

Hood to Trail: Urban pavement pounders who have never run on Alpine trails gathered in Lyon for a three day journey that will take them from the familiar concrete to the unknown heights of the mountain trails, Simon Freeman documents.

Compete : David Bracetty goes to the New Balance Outdoor Nationals and asks teenage athletes to share their sheer joy of running and describe how their sporting ability could secure them a college education, a dream out of reach to many Americans.

More than Sport : photojournalist Tyler Tomasello shares his amazing record of the time he spent in Afghanistan, coaching an all-female group for their first ultra-marathon and sharing laughter in a country often written off as a warzone.

As well as articles and reflections from Alexander Byran, David Miller, Nathaniel Kelly, David Jackson, James Eckloff, Nicola Burgess, Julia Michelmore, Nick Hockenhull, Louisa Rodriguez, Jemma Beedie, Mark Atkinson, Nicolas Zimmer, Emily Glen, Barbara Kerkhof, Michael Parello, Josh Henderson, Katy Campbell

Like the Wind is printed on sustainable uncoated paper and donates a portion of its profits to running charities.

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