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Discovering ekiden – long-distance relays and the warrior spirit
Attracting tens of millions of spectators, ekiden races are Japan’s most prestigious sporting events. And yet, outside of their island home, these long-distance relays remain largely unknown. We think it’s time that changed.
Gifts For Marathon Runners + A Free Training Plan
Do you know a regular marathon runner looking to smash personal records? Or is your partner aiming to make 2022 a year like no other by running their first-ever marathon? Whatever they need, this guide will help you find the marathon running gifts that could change their life for the better.
Inside ekiden racing with Haruka Yamaguchi
A unique insight into Japanese long-distance relay racing from one of the sport’s leading competitors.
Tech Profile: The all-new Cloudace
The next-gen Cloudace offers unrivaled road protection without compromise. Maximum support, cushioning, comfort and speed, in one package. Seriously Ace.
Why every runner needs a support shoe – a guide.
Every runner needs extra support sometimes. Whether you’re just starting out, looking to increase the distance or preparing for competition, a shoe with additional support and cushioning will help. Get all the information you need in our complete guide.
Six fall marathons you don't want to miss
With so many marathons taking place each year, it can be tricky to know which to choose or when to run. Fall might be the ideal time. The weather is usually a little milder and conditions more favorable for running. However, we can’t promise this is true for every marathon on this list…
Shaping a sensation: The On Speedboard®
Every On shoe feels unique. And that’s no accident. CloudTec® technology visibly contributes to the sensation of running on clouds, but it never works alone. Its partner for propulsion is the Speedboard® – the secret to converting soft landings into explosive take-offs for the ultimate ride.
The 85-year-old Ironman World Champion
The loudest cheer of the 2018 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, was for 85-year-old Hiromu Inada. The retiree crossed the line on clouds to become the oldest finisher the event has ever seen.
The women changing Riyadh’s running scene
It’s not long ago that exercising in public was taboo for Saudi women. As this changes, a running revolution is taking place. And as captain of Riyadh’s first female running collective, Amal Maghazil is leading the charge.
Racing to show others what’s possible
Marcus Cook once weighed almost 500lbs (227kg). Then a conversation with a dying friend changed not just his health, but his whole life. Now Marcus has his sights set on the Ironman World Championships. This is his inspiring story.