Whilst running around the Mont-Blanc on their honeymoon, Like the Wind founders Simon and Julie Freeman came up with the idea for a unique running magazine that would share stories of why people run rather than focusing on how to run. Over five years later, with 20 magazines and well over 450 published stories, we’re […]
In our last blog post we brought you news from Chamonix where we launched Issue #10 and held a UTMB after-party with Stance Socks and Strava. Well we’re still buzzing from that experience which will live long in the memory; and is probably the reason why you are getting another blog post about it! But […]
Like the Wind have returned from Chamonix where for the second year running we launched the latest edition of the magazine. And what a week it was! We were treated to some fantastic weather, brilliant running and successfully launched Issue #10 of the magazine at our after-party which supported by Stance and Strava. Our time […]
Like the Wind Issue #9 Launch Event We care about your well-being at Like the Wind. And we’ve always been interested in the link between running and mindfulness. It is proven that running is as good for the head as it is the heart. It offers opportunity for reflection, space and time to live in […]
Christmas is all about giving and not receiving (it’s about Why, not How) so let’s give a helping hand to Nepal this year. If you would like to meet and run with international ultrarunner Lizzy Hawker and do good this Christmas, we’ve got a great opportunity for you to do so on Tuesday 22 December. We’ve […]
Like the Wind was conceived as a way for the running community to share each others stories – a magazine dedicated to collecting words, images and art that conveys what it is to be a runner. We want every piece to evoke something about running. Happily, the running community, around the world, has embraced the […]
At Like the Wind, we’re dedicated to sharing great running stories all over the world, so we’re honoured to be bringing The Montane Spine Race Film to London and we’ll also be having a Q&A with a very special guest, Spine Race finisher and author of the official Pennine Way guide, Damian Hall.
After our successful events with Chris McDougall and Stevie Kremer, we’ve got another great opportunity for you to meet a special running persona. Lizzy Hawker, a self-trained ‘ultra-distance runner is coming to London and you can join us for an evening with Lizzy at the Proud Archivist at 7pm this Thursday! For Lizzy Hawker endurance has always been a way of […]