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Editorials, running stories and features brought to you by the JustRunLah! authoring team.

A Marathon Starts at the 32km Mark

You have trained for weeks and it’s finally Marathon Day. Having a good game plan can help ensure that you do the absolute best you...

How to train for an obstacle race

Mud, sweat and fun For running enthusiasts looking to take on a new challenge, an obstacle race could be just what you're looking for. Singapore's very...

Runninghour: A special kind of running buddy

Run to Bond. Run so others can. We have friends who are mildly intellectually challenged, physically challenged and visually challenged joining us to keep fit....

How are marathons and other long-distance race courses measured

A requirement for precision! Have you ever wondered how a distance as long as 42.195km can can be precisely measured and validated down to its...

Pacing in Road Races

Hitting the wall is one of the biggest fears of every long distance runner. One of the leading causes is starting out too fast,...

Costume races and cosplay marathon runners

Creative marathon runners around the world Looking for costume ideas for your next race? We have put together a collection of some of the most...

Wings For Life World Run: The Whole World Is Running

Run For Those Who Can't A totally new type of running event, organised for a good cause, will take place worldwide on 4th of May...

6 Days. 250 km. Across the Sahara desert. For charity.

6 Days. 250 km. Across the Sahara desert. For charity. Two Singaporeans, Chin Wei Chong and Ian Lye, are running 250km within 6 days (April...
Marathon Finisher T-Shirts

Running t-shirt etiquette

Finisher t-shirts is not a rare sight in our country. You must have come across people wearing them and proudly displaying their achievement in...

The Runner’s High. An exercise-induced euphoric feeling.

The Runner's High The "runner's high" is a state of euphoria that can be experienced by someone engaged in a vigorous workout. It is known...
Wilson Kipsang and Usain Bolt record holders for Marathon and 100 m

Are we getting slower, despite records being broken?

Records in running progression On  September 29th, 2013 the men's Marathon word record was broken, with Wilson Kipsang from Kenya finishing the race in 2:03:23. This is...

What is the heel-toe drop and shoe stack height?

Running shoes anatomy 101 Heel-toe drop (or offset, or differential) is a term that came along with the boom of technology in running shoes, and...
Best funny and motivational marathon spectator signs

Funny and motivational marathon spectator signs

Spectator signs are great; runners love to read them as it breaks the monotony of the course. They come in all sizes and shapes, from...

Santa marathons and festive runs around the world

Christmas is one of the most widely celebrated holidays worldwide, and the running community has its own way of being festive. We bring you...

7 marathons in 7 continents for charity: Ms Yvonne Chee’s amazing feat.

It's been one month since Singapore's own Ms Yvonne Chee was completing Antarctic Ice Marathon, an extremely challenging off-road marathon, held on 20 November...

IAAF Label Road Races – What do they mean?

We all took notice of the "IAAF Road Race Gold" label being proudly displayed next to this year's Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon logo, but...

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