Women's Running Partners with The National Running Show - Women's Running

Women’s Running Partners with The National Running Show

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  May 19, 2017

Women’s Running is thrilled to announce it is now the official Magazine Partner of The National Running Show. Taking place 20-21 January 2018, The National Running Show will showcase everything from the world of running, including talks from industry experts such as Dame Kelly Holmes, Lisa Jackson and Jo Pavey.

As the UK’s newest and most exciting running event, The National Running Show will attract thousands of runners looking to find the kit, advice and support needed to achieve their running goals. It is an event designed for runners by runners but crucially it takes place at the start of the calendar year, when most runners start training plans and decide their race calendar.

Visitors to the show will be able to hear inspirational talks from running experts and get free advice on nutrition, training and equipment. They can also see the latest product launches, get a free shoe fitting and enter a range of exciting competitions.

To see the full programme and to get tickets, please visit its website www.nationalrunningshow.com.

Women’s Running editor Elizabeth Hufton said: “As the official Magazine Partner of the 2018 show, we are delighted to be a part of such an exciting new venture. January is the perfect time to hold an event of this kind, capitalising on people’s desires to get fit in 2018.

“With such an illustrious range of speakers and plenty of brands showcasing new products, it should be a must-attend event in any runners calendar. We hope to see you there!”

The National Running Show is organised by Raccoon Events and takes place at the NEC 20-21 January 2018. For more information and to get tickets, please visit  www.nationalrunningshow.com.

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