Kate Carter is an experienced writer and editor, as well as a dedicated runner. Kate worked at The Guardian for 12 years, establishing and running the successful Running Blog. She contributed to Coach magazine between 2015 and 2016, and has also written for World Athletics, Runners World and Women & Home, among others. Kate has also worked as a presenter on The Running Channel. Kate holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest marathon in a full-body animal costume (female), having run the 2019 London Marathon in 3hr 48min 32sec dressed as a panda.
It’s 55 years since she made history by running the Boston Marathon, but sporting legend Kathrine Switzer continues to break down barriers with her global run club
The fastest American woman to have ever run the course on preparing, surviving and perhaps even enjoying the New York City Marathon
As if marathons weren’t hard enough already, towards the end your own body insists on building the dreaded “wall”. Body – why?
Race bandits are those people who participate in running and cycling races without entering. Road warriors or thieving gits?
Hooked after doing the London Marathon, Walsh began running ultras and is doing her best to get more women into endurance running
He's run every London Marathon since it started in 1981, almost all in under three hours. Finill tells us what it takes to achieve such consistent results