In issue 27 of running magazine Like the Wind, we dig into amazing stories of the impact running has on people’s lives.
Our cover story explores running clubs inside penitentiaries in the United States. We hear how those behind bars have found a lifeline through multi-lap marathons and meet the people volunteering their time to set up prison running clubs.
We also hear about the Black Trail Runners, a group in the UK dedicated to making running off-road as accessible for Black and other minority people as possible. For the first time in the journal’s history, we have introduced an opinions section with columnists talking about all manner of issues.
Plus we have our usual mix of personal anecdotes, photo essays and poems that explore why we run.