Distance Running 2020 Edition 1 is now available.
Competitors at AIMS-affiliated races during the first quarter of 2020 will be able to pick up the magazine free of charge from the race organisers.
You can also read or download the entire magazine here:
Read Distance Running 2020 Edition 1 online (needs Flash)
The entire 2020 Edition 1 (PDF, 32 MB)
Distance Running is also available free on issuu to read on desktop computers or tablets.
Published January 2020
Chongqing International Marathon, China
INEOS 1.59 Challenge. Vienna, 12 October 2019
After the scenes of distress in the Women’s marathon at the world championships held in Qatar last September a red alert went out to responsible athletic bodies that they had to do something to stop this happening again. But it wasn’t the first time and won’t be the last, argues Hugh Jones
Co-founder of New York Marathon who pioneered mass-participation distance running
26:38 beats Leonard Komon’s 2010 record by six seconds
Start Right is a predictive algorithm developed by Marcel Altenburg, senior lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University’s Department of Crowd Science, in cooperation with the Abbott World Marathon Majors races in Chicago, Berlin and New York. He explains how it works
News from AIMS, WMRA and IAU; Race dates; Race contact details.
Please note that while the calendar and contact details in the magazine were believed correct at the time of publication, runners should confirm directly with the race organisers prior to booking travel arrangements. Check the official online AIMS calendar for updates and changes.