Like the Wind is a running magazine like no other, dedicated not to how we run but why. It is the product born from the passion for running shared by a husband and wife and laid out in print.
Each issue is a collection of anecdotes and experiences donated by runners, accompanied by beautiful illustrations and stunning photography.
In this milestone tenth edition, the team introduce new 'featured' articles for your reading pleasure.
- ‘Running on Empties‘ looks at the way that runners’ relationship with frothy brews has changed over the years.
- Explore the fascinating world of running tattoos in ‘Ink that Runs‘.
- And in ‘Your Cheatin’ Heart‘ investigate how technology has changed the chances that those taking a short cut will be caught.
In other contributions, Natalie Dollin changes cities as regularly as other runners change their socks, using running as the way to orientate herself. Marcus Ryder finds himself in a strange city where he doesn’t speak the language, but the runners he encounters help to smooth the transition to a new life.
The magazine is skillfully printed on uncoated FSC accredited paper: the small team at Like the Wind are doing everything they can to make the magazine as good for the environment as it is for your running mojo.
Being a printed publication, there are a limited number of copies of Like the Wind printed so when they are gone, they’re gone.
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