RUN SHEFFIELD

RUN SHEFFIELD MAGAZINE

Issue Two

£5.00

Pre-order the second issue of Run Sheffield magazine.

*Pre-orders that have selected delivery will be posted when the magazine becomes available on Tuesday 18th June 2024*

Collection Dates
18/06 @ Dam Flask Relays – 19:00
20/06 @ Midsummer Mad Dash – 19:00
29/06 @ Concord parkrun – 09:00
03/07 @ Loxley Lash III – 18:30
06/07 @ Hillsborough parkrun – 09:00

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A5 | 48 Pages | Uncoated recycled paper.

Limited edition – With a small print run, all of our issues will eventually sell out.

On paper only – There is no digital version.

Truly indie – Supported by readers and supporters.

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ISSUE TWO

We’ve got six short stories that will give an insight into people’s journeys through running, explore their why and look at how the simple act of lacing up and putting one foot in front of the other can not only help each individual, but grow communities.

Issue Two explores the pursuit of racing at the top level, how breaking down barriers to starting running can foster a strong community and a look at the preparation for taking on a run the length of the UK.

We cover how running can be so much more than the simple act it can sometimes be presented, as well as covering the creation of an ultramarathon in the city and the reasoning behind it.

There’s also a look at utilising social media as a tool to show there’s always time to schedule regular running through the week.

“LOOKING TO THE TOP”

A conversation with LAUREN MCNEIL about how encouragement from her PE Teacher has led to her competing for Great Britain.

“BETTER TOGETHER”

NAP, NIKITA and KWABS takes us through their approach to breaking down barriers to entry in running through a weekly running group.

“THE LONG ROAD”

LUKE WILKINSON tells us about what motivates him to cover the long distances and the challenges he’s faced in building up to his attempt of running from John O’Groats to Lands End.

“MORE THAN RUNNING”

A conversation with TINA MEDLOCK on a childhood interest turning into a regular past time and how this has impacted not only herself, but those closest around her.

“AN ULTRA IN THE STEEL CITY”

LEE CARRATT discusses his passion for running, growing up watching his Dad cover some huge distances and how this was the start of the Steel City 60.

“RUNNING THE NUMBERS”

A conversation with EWAN HERITAGE about using social media as a tool to build an audience to promote running.


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