Runners World features a whole host and range of running news and equipment reviews, as well as practical advice and tips.
Running Shoes Guru
Running shoes features completely honest and unbiased reviews and buying guides of running shoes and other gear.
Hungry Runner Girl
Janae's running blog where she shares both her running and life experiences, including her personal thoughts on gear and events.
Running-physio.com started in 2012 as a site to offer free and practical advice to runners on the topics of injury treatment and prevention.
I Run Far
A trail running and ultramarathon resource featuring articles and advice on mud, mountains, many miles, and much more.
Amanda created the RunToTheFinish blog as a place to support the middle of the pack runners in enjoying the run regardless of the clock.
Taking the Long Way Home
The blog covers Wendy's very personal running diary, including multiple product reviews and coverage of the various events she competes in.
Ali On The Run
Ali On The Run is a personal blog sharing Ali's running thoughts and experiences of various races and events that she's competed in, as well featuring guest interviews.
Fleet feet features a range of reviews of running shoes, apparel, and gear, as well as training tips and advice.
The Science of Running
An in depth look at training, coaching, sport science, and anything else that relates to enhancing running endurance performance.
The site features in-depth product reviews across a range of products, as well as daily news and advice to help become a better and stronger runner.
Road Runner Sports
A running blog featuring various product reviews and practical tips to improve your running, it is designed to be a go-to resource for all running related advice.
The Kinetic Revolution blog by James aims to help his audience transform their running with practical coaching and training advice.
The PHD Runner
On The PHD Runner, Emma documents her running challenges, and features product and event reviews through her running blog.
Runblooger features advice on running shoes, gear reviews, and a whole range of posts on the science of the sport.
Believe in the Run
Believe in the Run is a running shoe and gear review site that provides honest reviews from experienced runners who actually run in the shoes. They also like to inject culturally relevant humor into their reviews so you don't fall asleep like you did in your high school algebra class.
A running diary of Ethan - the ginger runner - featuring a huge array of very honest and personal product and event reviews.
Dr. Nick's Running Blog
The blog features various reports on running news, research, and reviews, and acts as a resource for all running related questions.
The Run Experience
The Run Experience is a place where training and community come together to create healthy, happy, motivated runners.
Tom's Next Step
The site naturally started as the web site for Tom's run around the world. Since then the purpose has essentially been to inspire others to consider their own adventure on foot.
The Fat Girls' Guide to Running
The Fat Girls Guide to Running is the worlds leading resource specifically designed for plus size runners, and home to the global Too Fat to Run? campaign.
Badass Lady Gang
A running platform for women who are redefining what strength looks like. The blog covers a range of topics from inspiring stories to running tips and tricks.
A Trail Runners Blog
Scott Dunlap's blog of trail running, ultrarunning, and other life adventures. He discusses his physical and spiritual journey of various outdoor events.
Diary of a Rubbish Marathon Runner
The blog follows Bray's running journey as he shares his thoughts and experiences of his training, and events that he takes part in.
The Runner Dad
A very personal blog documenting one Dad's running journey, including the struggles and challenges that he faces in his training and events.
Trail Sisters is a women’s trail running community and online journal that features various product and event reviews, as well as training advice.
Lazy Girl Running
The blog ran by Laura who is a UK Athletics coach in running fitness, aims to help others to enjoy their running journey through practical advice.
In this UK running blog filled with fitness and food, Cat shares her own personal thoughts and experiences in the hope of helping others.
Anna shares her love of both running and food through her personal blog which covers event reviews and her own training diary.
Run Mummy Run
Run Mummy Run aims to bring the female running community together through helpful and practical advice, as well as honest product reviews.
Run Bulldog Run
The site features the running blog adventures of Steve Speirs, as he documents his training, event experiences, and product reviews.
A running community blog which features a whole array of product information and training recommendations, brought to you by Saucony.
The Athletic Foot
The blog covers practical advice on why wearing the right athletic shoes is critical to your performance as an athlete, and the impact this can have.
A blog about spreading the joy and power of running and fitness, with practical advice and guidance to help runners of any ability.
None to Run
None to Run provides very practical training and injury advice for runners through various articles and guides featured on the site.
Marathon Training Academy
The blog is designed to empower runners to both run a marathon and change their lives, through sharing their own thoughts and experiences.
The blog aims to help runners get stronger, stay healthy, and race faster through various articles featuring practical advice and training tips.
Run With Caroline
Caroline from Run With Caroline helps people become stronger and faster runners. She truly believes in the physical and mental benefits of running and shares tips on her blog
Running101 is a space for runners of all abilities – helping you achieve that personal best, avoid injury, provide you with the very best running gear, and take your running to the next level!
Marathon Handbook Help People Run Far!
The aim is to provide the resources you need to be inspired, motivated, and educated to run far - whether for that first 10k, half, marathon, or ultra!