After running four marathons in four weeks to raise money for children’s charity Whoopsadaisy last year, Run Squad member Magda Strycharska wasn’t as relieved to have finished it as others might have been, which is how the Whoopsa100 challenge was born.
It takes a certain type of person who trips over his own feet and face-plants a mile before the finish line of a marathon to get up, ignore the cuts on his face, hands and knees, and soak in the kindness of the marathon spirit. But Run Squad member Stuart Malster isn’t your average sports-enthusiast-turned-runner.
The Nike Flyknit Lunar 3 have LANDED! We are constantly on the search for our personal favourite running shoe, so we were super keen to try these out. First impressions of the shoe is how comfortably it fits around ankle, Nike have always been a firm believer of securing the ankle as a must. When
Our good friend and running guru John Feeney of Pure Sports Performance shares his training tips and race preparation advice to get you to race ready and smashing those PB’s come race day! BN half marathon training newsletter
Layering Principles when running in the cold and wet The overriding objective of staying warm is staying dry and free from sweat gathering on your clothes, pooling and making you cold. Running clothing materials are all about breathability and take on a number of names… Nike Dri Fit, Adidas Clima Cool being the most prelevant
Nike Zoom Terra Kiger 2 – The next generation of the Nike trail running shoe! Durable protection meets a low profile, responsive ride! The Terra Kiger has an anatomical heel that will roll with the ground under foot combined with it’s lowered midsole this creates a more natural position of the foot, enhancing stability whilst giving a barefoot-like
Orphans International are having their inaugural 10k Charity Run on 19th October 2014 along Worthing Seafront to raise funds for the Orphans of Botosani Romania. Orphans International have been working in this Country since 2001 and work with both a Private and State Orphanages in the town. They also work with 7 girls with AIDS who were
We are hoping for some great weather on Sunday 21st September as this is the long awaited club finals day for Pavilion Avenue Tennis Club. Nick Rivett Sport proudly sponsor the Pav & Ave club tournament and we are very excited to be offering a MEGA SALE of tennis and training clothing, footwear and equipment at
Hove Netball team, set up by a group of West Hove Mums, is looking for more players to come and join their team. Hove Netball Team play Wednesdays 8.30 – 9.30pm at King Alfred indoor courts. Costs £5 and no experience necessary. Most players have not played for 20 years so are re-learning the rules and
Why form really does matter