We are a unique running magazine, made for runners, by runners. It’s not how to run, it’s #WhyWeRun.
Want the brand new issue of Like the Wind Running Magazine whilst catching up on previous editions? Buy a bundle of issues Nine & Ten at the subscriber price (£8 per issue instead of £9) and reduced shipping costs.
Issue #10 anniversary issue is our biggest and boldest to date. With 116 pages of illustrations and stories, and three main features covering the heavenly match of Beer and Running (oh yes!), the dark art of Cheating and a photo-reportage about Running Tattoos, and why runners get them (lots of emotions behind the ink).
We also follow Francois d’Haene along the Trails of Corsica, attempting the fastest known time along the mythical GR20. Also with a 20-page photo essay and story by Damien Rosso.
And we delight you with 15 more stories about Why we Run, each beautifully and uniquely illustrated.
Issue #9 of Like the Wind truly demonstrates how running unites the world. Whether you’re pounding suburban pavements or taking on a mountainous trail. This issue brings you 100 pages of raw emotions sparked by running, wherever on the planet those runners happen to be lacing up their trainers, including:
Somalia: Art is the cornerstone of Reinherd Kleist’s Olympic Dream. He writes a graphic novel following a Somali athlete competing internationally and her family back home.
France: Meanwhile, in the mountains of France, Marion Clignet relives a tough ultra through snow and mud, not helped by a local farmer removing some vital direction signs.
Scotland: Up on the Isle of Arran, Cat Attfield shares her experience of a nine-mile fell race during which her ego suffered as much as her quads.
Because Like the Wind is a good old ink-and-paper title, there are a limited number of copies. When they are gone, they’re gone forever. Furthermore, the magazine is skill-fully printed on uncoated FSC accredited paper. We care at least as much for the planet as we do for running on its surface.