Category Archives: Updates

Qamaniq, where the river widens: a story and film by Caroline Côté

In August 2017, a team of 3 women aged 25 to 30 embarked on a quest to discover their own boundaries in an immense, wild and remote territory. They covered 100 km in a few days through the Kuururjuaq National Park, along Mont d’Iberville and crossing the famous Koroc River… Read more on Qamaniq in […]

Mile High: A Running Track in the Sky

Words by Simon Freeman – Photography by James Carnegie and CineCloud Imagine running on a track high above the streets, gazing up at the inky black sky above According to the United Nations, more than half the world’s population now lives in cities. Billions of people crammed into busy, bustling, exciting, crowded concrete, brick and tarmac […]

Running mementos: The Massif Central

According to David McCandless, author of Data is Beautiful: “By visualising information, we turn it into a landscape that you can explore with your eyes: a sort of information map.” This is an apt description of what James Mason and Howard Smith do for runners (as well as cyclists and hikers) through their company Massif […]

Behind the Lens: Ultra-marathoner Billy Yang

“I run because it’s not easy…As long as we can suffer, feel pain, we know we’re still in the race called life.” In issue #14, Like the Wind caught up with inspiring ultra-marathoner and exceptional videographer Billy Yang. First introduced to the medium of film through his Dad at a young age, Yang has been creating […]

Why Do You Have to Run So Much Daddy? by Leon Lutz

This piece was featured in issue #1 of Like the Wind Magazine. Words and photography by Leon Lutz (& Lily). My dear Lily (and your little sister, Piper Bea), If I’m being honest – and for the sake of both you and Piper Bea, I must and will be – I’d seen the question in […]

Best Running Reads

Featured in Like the Wind #14. If you’re as passionate about running as we are you probably love to read about it too. Guess what? Here at Like the Wind, we get inspired by reading about running. Of course we do; we’re fortunate to receive so many of our readers’ running stories for every issue. While […]

Post Race: Finding Your Legs (Again)

It’s post race, you’ve nailed the finish, and got yourself a new PB. However now your legs probably feel either extremely stiff or a lot like jelly. Injured or not, your body and mind might are out of sync. In order to recover you’ve got to re-establish harmony between the two. Once you’ve completed a […]