Like The Wind is a quarterly magazine for runners by runners. In each issue they collect stories and experiences from around the UK and around the world.
From the publisher:
Around the world, a shared passion for running
Running… the deceptively simple act of moving forward, which in reality means something different to every runner – and reader.
Once again we’re thrilled to share running stories from around the world in the latest edition ofLike the Wind. Our printed pages play host to a huge spectrum of experiences and geographies, ranging from the stunning lakes and mountains of the Epirus region of Greece to the pinewoods of north-western Scotland’s Atlantic coast to the dry desert highways connecting Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
The Prolyfyck Run Creww, in Charlottesville, Virginia - an inspirational group that has created a truly diverse, inclusive space where runners are seen and supported, and social injustices are recognised and addressed.
...AuthorGavin Boyterfollows a childhood hero to a Scottish beach; in Portugal, Gonçalo Santos explains why he’s actually grateful to Covid-19; and in those Greek mountains we mentioned above,Nick Herbertwrites passionately about the European refugee crisis.
...Writer Sheridan Wilburandphotographer Joe Haleare trackside in New York with the [Ivy League] students who are expected to be the best both academically and in the athletic arena.
A little further west,Like the WindeditorSimon Freemancatches up with the determined, and possibly foolish, racers taking onThe Speed Project Solo, covering the 340 miles between Venice Beach and Vegas.