Runner's World (UK) - - Human Race -

Some knew in­stantly, some still don’t

I’m still wait­ing for that mo­ment! I feel like a fraud, as I still need to walk a lot.

Dawn Crafer

When I stopped drink­ing on Fri­day nights be­cause I was run­ning on Satur­day morn­ings

Rita C

When some­one came up to me and said, ‘You’re that Jane who runs’ and then asked me a run­ningre­lated ques­tion.

Jane El­combe

The first time I pushed my­self the whole way in a race – and en­joyed it.

Ted Wil­son

Andy Holmes WE ASK, YOU AN­SWER When I got in­jured and had to cross train. I re­alised no ac­tiv­ity made me happy like run­ning does.

When I signed up to run a marathon.

Leanne Gam­mon

I was run­ning along a de­serted beach in Cape Town, with the sun ris­ing, and I got a feel­ing of eu­pho­ria that’s kept me ex­cited ever since about the sense of free­dom run­ning gives me.

Rachael Wood

Get­ting more ex­cited about buy­ing new run­ning shoes than buy­ing a pair of heels! Louise Parr

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