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Running wear has never looked this fierce.
You’re a single bright spot on the heath horizon. You’re a flash in that crowd of cheap sweat-soaked charity t-shirts. Is it raining? You hadn’t noticed. You’re wind-shielded, sun-shaded, quick-dry, unstoppable.
Dress like you could run for days. These are garms you can run in:
You’re still a runner when you’re not running. Bare your soul with our artist-produced streetwear. Spot a NCRC teammate in the pub and buy them a pint.
Limited edition seasons, each with a new colour palette.
Get them before they’re gone.
"Running is alone time that lets my brain unspool the tangles that build up over days..."
"Act like a horse, be dumb, just run!"
"Sometimes, you need to be alone. Not to be lonely, but to enjoy your free time being yourself."
"Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must, just never give up!"
Helping beginners and seasoned runners to smash that PB like it’s a haunted mirror.
These free training plans have been created specially for you by NCRC’s Ian Jackman, who has 20 years of racing experience, runs with his arms low like the terminator and is fuelled by dance music and cider.
Has anyone ever told you that you should be more flexible? They probably meant that you should have a bash at these yoga exercises, created for runners by Emily from Durham Yoga Studio.
Improve your running and flex yourself with our free poses and 10 minute flow video. And if you’re feeling the love and need more yoga in your life - check out our main gal Emily at DurhamYogaStudio.com - she runs both in-studio and remote classes.
Running inspiration from the NCRC Family in glorious technicolour moving image. Get the kettle on or crack a beer open and give em a watch!
We're always looking for great story's to make short film's about, wether it's the Parkin's, an entire family in County Durham who absolutely live to run, or the Jeffers Twins who's competitive streak goes way back to cereal eating races as kids we're always looking for interesting stories to document by our own Ian Weldon!
If you think you've got one, then drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org