Rise of the runners

An FT series on running, from the best holidays, to the reasons why and how we run

A new breed of events seeks to banish the loneliness of the long-distance runner

Sharing self-filmed videos of running narrow ridges is a growing — and potentially worrying — trend

From training with champions in Kenya to a self-guided tour of Mont Blanc

What is it about the world’s simplest form of exercise that so appeals to Wall Street?

Our columnist advises you to dance for joy after your marathon

Spine Race-winner Jasmin Paris isn’t alone: mounting evidence suggests the tougher the event, the likelier a woman is to win

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