• running
    Introducing the adidas UltraBOOST 19. Recoding running.
    18 Feb 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Running is not what it used to be. Millions of runners around the world. Millions of individual stories. Each one unique. Running crews are springing up in cities, enabling human connections in an age dominated by long working hours and technology. Some groups use running to improve their communities, picking litter as they go or engaging those...
  • run
    Josh & Gav’s 10K training challenge
    05 Feb 2019
    This year, Wiggle became the official partner of a series of world-class sports events hosted by Human Race . The series kicks off with the Cancer Research London Winter Run , a 10K race through the heart of the capital on the first weekend in February. Still feeling the excesses of Christmas, it seemed like a great way to start the year. I...
  • Marathon
    The Wiggle Run Club's Last Minute Run Essentials
    05 Feb 2019
    You've trained for months. You've contained your nerves. You've travelled across the country. But... your laces keep coming undone, your legs are hurting early, and the pain of your feet rubbing is worse than the pain of running itself. It doesn't matter what sport you do, you will have heard of 'marginal gains.' But what...
  • Challenge
    YOU CAN: Katy Downing
    21 Jan 2019
    Katy Downing has come a long way since she started training for the 2017 RideLondon for charity on a borrowed bike. Having completed a couch-to-5k program, Katy joined the local tri club to improve her swimming. Within the next twelve months, she completed five sprint triathlons, two 10ks and several 5ks. Impressive enough, but even more so when...
  • run
    The New York Marathon: How to pack for a flying visit
    31 Dec 2018
    When Wiggle runner Anna Smith-James had a flying visit to New York to run the marathon, she needed a compact bag that would be easy to handle and fit all of her running and sight-seeing kit (and still have room to bring a few treats back to the UK!). Could the Osprey Rolling Transporter 40 be up to the job? One of my favourite things about running...
  • Challenge
    What's your challenge for 2019?
    21 Dec 2018
    With the New Year upon us, we find out how some of our very own Wigglers are challenging themselves in 2019. From running 100 miles in one go, to qualifying for Team GB triathlon age group team, one thing we know is that 2019 will be a busy year! We'll be following up with them throughout the year - stay tuned for updates! Join the Wiggle...
  • Christmas
    The self-gifting guide for runners
    11 Dec 2018
    You’ve trained hard all year, even through winter winter, and now you deserve a little something to recognise how far you’ve come. So, why not indulge the Christmas spirit and the season of generosity by rewarding yourself with a little - or large - Christmas gift? This year, Wiggle has launched an online digital personal shopper to...
  • run
    Here's how to delight your favourite runner this Christmas
    22 Nov 2018
    In recent years running has experienced a huge surge in popularity. We’re willing to bet there’s at least one or two runners on your Christmas list. A huge part of the appeal of running is the simplicity. All you really need to start is a decent pair of shoes and you’re off! But there are lots of little accessories that can make...
  • run
    Why do we love the new Gore Infinium?
    21 Nov 2018
    The innovative new Gore Wear GORE R5 Women GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ Soft Lined Jacket combines stylish design and premium comfort with high-tech performance. Wiggle runner Amy Cox has been putting it to the test and shares her thoughts here. First impressions As one of the leading brands in sports fabric tech, I was super excited to put the new Gore...
  • run
    How Wiggle beat their best at the Great South Run
    26 Oct 2018 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Now in its 28th year, the Great South Run has become a highlight in the running calendar in the UK. The ten-mile distance is a popular intermediate step between 10K and a half-marathon and the route, taking in such iconic sights as the Spinnaker Tower and HMS Victory , is mainly flat. It’s not just the route that draws 20,000 runners to the...

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