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RUNNER'S WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION
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|£47.00||£54.00||£7.00 (13%)||£3.92||12 mths||12||EUROPEAN DELIVERY|
|£92.00||£54.00||£7.67||12 mths||12||INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY|
Runner's World magazine was originally launched back in 1966 by Bob Anderson and was called Distance Running News. In 1969, Anderson changed the name of the magazine to Runner's World, as we know it today.
Runner's World thrived during the 1970s "running boom," even in the face of competition from the New York-based magazine, The Runner. In the 1980’s, Runner’s World magazine was purchased by Rodale Press, who still publish the magazine today.
Runner’s World magazine is the UK’s largest running magazine packed full of articles aimed to give friendly, authoritative ‘how to’ advice and inspiration to all levels of runner. Don’t miss out on this excellent magazine, take out a subscription today.
Runner's World reviews
Back in the early eighties, I used to love RW until it dawned on me one day I was rereading the same things again and again. You'll never progress beyond being a mere jogger and become a real runner until you start to think for yourself. And, sadly, that means saying goodbye to RW and teaching yourself the basics of exercise physiology instead. I recommend Astrand and Rodahl.
I'm about to renew my subscription as I think this is a great magazine. I am certainly not a super-fit runner - I jog rather than run - but find it informative and entertaining, and the benefit of being able to subscribe online and access the forums and other useful info makes this subscriptino worth it alone. Definitely buy it if you're into/thinking of taking up running.
I look forward to the time when the magazine arrives as it is always full of useful information, along with stories from runners of all abilities. The magazine always remains fresh, and never comes across as tired and repetitive which must be difficult to achieve.
I like Runners's World. I'm a jogger rather than a runner and sometimes it's hard to keep motivated. That's where Runner's World comes in. It's not just aimed at the serious athlete (although there's lots in there for them too). The articles are varied and never too long and I always look forward to getting it every month. It's a magazine that is definitely worth subscribing to. To accompanying website has lots of great content, but the best content is only available to subscribers.
Repetitive guff, churned over month after month
Excellent magazine, very informative and provides motivation in itself to keep on running!