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Inspirational Speakers Appearing at The National Running Show

When Birmingham hosts The National Running show in January 2018 a number of running superstars will take to the stage to give inspiration talks on everything to do with running.

Let’s take a look at some of the names that will be appearing:

Elise Downing

After a New Year’s resolution to run a half marathon, Elise soon found herself attempting to run a lap of the British coast. Just two years after she started running, Elise set out from Greenwhich, where she would return 301 days later, having ran 5000 miles, covering distances of up to 41 miles a day. Elise will be giving talks on her amazing British journey, divulging everything, from her home country to her own capabilities.

Anita Bean

The award-winning registered nutritionist, health writer, internationally published author and champion athlete will be at The National Running show to give advice on helping people lead a healthy lifestyle through her books, articles and recipes. Anita will be delivering practical nutritional advice that is engaging and easy to understand, to help runners improve their performance for training and competition.

Anna McNuff

An endurance athlete, adventurer, and ex-rower – this woman has done it all. After ‘retiring’ in her mid-twenties, Anna has been all around the world hunting down new adventures and challenges. The Guardian recently named her as one of the top female adventurers of our time. Anna’s talk on her human-powered journeys as a platform to inspire and enable kids to get outside and get exploring is one you can’t miss.

Lisa Jackson  

The author of the best-sellers ‘Running made Easy’ and ‘Your Pace or Mine? What Running Taught Me About Life, Laughter and Coming Last’, is this year’s cheerleader for the joys of running. The former fitness-phobe come ultramarathon runner will be discussing everything she’s learnt about running, and how it’s perfectly OK to finish last.  

For those interested in running events, The National Running Show is the place to be. You can check out these, plus a whole host of other inspirational talks over the weekend event.



11th December 2017, 11:32
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