Like The Wind #26.2
200 x 255 mm, 116 pages. London, UK
Like The Wind brings together stories for, by and about people who run. This isn't a magazine about how to run, but why. A great place for those looking for a little inspiration to lace up their shoes –– whether for the first time or just the first time in a while.
In this issue: 'The world turned upside down during 2020. As runners we’ve learned to adapt. Our sport has become less about clocking up the kilometres and racking up the PBs – instead, we’re asking ourselves where running can take us, whether that’s mentally, geographically, environmentally or politically...'
Co-founders: Simon Freeman & Julie Freeman