Issue #12 of Like the Wind - 116 pages of running stories, illustrated features and stunning photography.
What’s left when you can’t run? In issue 12, we share stories of ‘Not Running’, and what happens in the mind when the body can’t run. Dean Karnazes returns with an excerpt from his new book ‘The Road to Sparta’, we explore the work of a young London track crew who pay their way with their pain, we follow French brothers Alexis (photography) and Frédéric Berg (text) along the trails at night, and editor Simon Freeman goes back to the heart wrenching Olympic victory of American marathon runner Frank Shorter, who carried a dark secret wherever he ran. And we round this issue with 16 more running stories by runners, for runners.
Because Like the Wind is a good old ink-and-paper title, there are a limited number of copies and when they are gone, they’re gone forever. The magazine is skill-fully printed on uncoated FSC accredited paper: we care at least as much for the planet as we do for running on its surface.
Like the Wind: real stories from real runners, without gloss or filters – basically, it’s why we all run.