Runner’s World provides all runners — men and women, from beginners to marathoners — with the advice and information they need to pursue their goals, the inspiration and entertainment they crave, and a sense of authentic community they won’t find anywhere else. Runner’s World sparks connections with runners every month through the pages of the magazine, every weekend at grassroots events, and every day on the Web and mobile devices.
MANAGING DIRECTOR, RUNNER’S WORLD/BICYCLING
ASSOCIATE MANAGER, PUBLIC RELATIONS
Runner’s World helps runners achieve their personal health, fitness, and performance goals and inspires them with vivid, memorable storytelling 12 months a year. Featuring annual guides to the best races — from 5Ks to marathons — and shoe guides for every season; sections dedicated to subjects such as injury prevention, nutrition, and weight loss; and compelling reporting and photography on the biggest road races, Runner’s World is a must-read for almost 3 million people each month.
RunnersWorld.com has built its audience through its reputation as the one-stop source for all things running related. Beginners have flocked to The Starting Line to learn how to take those first steps. Those in search of the right shoes have come to depend on The Shoe Advisor to make the right choice for their running style. Newswire provides a steady and relevant stream of news and information about the world of running.
The Runner’s World Show, a podcast hosted by Editor-in-Chief David Willey, provides listeners with in-depth interviews and advice about training, nutrition, and gear. The Human Race podcast series, hosted by Runner’s World editor Rachel Swaby, focuses on long-form storytelling and the in-depth reporting that the magazine’s ambitious features are known for — with the added intimacy and immersive aspects only audio can provide.
On social media, Runner’s World can be found on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, and Pinterest.
Runner’s World–branded books and e-books deliver authoritative advice, tips, and guides tailored to the specific interests and needs of the contemporary running community. Titles include The Runner’s World Cookbook, The Runner’s World Big Book of Running for Beginners, and The Runner’s World Guide to Marathon and Half-Marathon Training.
Runner’s World also offers an array of workout DVDs, including: Run & 10 features five 10-minute postrun routines that build strength, mobility, and stability, developed by Jay Cardiello, a renowned strength and conditioning coach who has worked with professional sports teams and celebrities; IronStrength Workout, is the ultimate strength-training program for runners, led by nationally recognized sports medicine physician and author Dr. Jordan D. Metzl.
As a trusted voice in the running community, Runner’s World collaborates with top companies to extend the brand experience beyond the page through product offerings made for a healthy, active lifestyle.
Runner’s World offers a monthly subscription service, Runner’s World Box, which contains editors’ favorite, handpicked products featured in the magazine or on the site, including gear, snacks, apparel, and accessories.
The brand has also teamed up with Chef’d, the gourmet meal-kit delivery service, to offer a selection of branded, a la carte meals and meal plan options to nourish and satisfy all appetites — whether you are running a marathon or just running an errand.
Runner’s World, the largest and most influential running media brand, now publishes 20 international editions in 25 countries. Since 2006, the Runner’s World International Shoe Summit has brought together leading athletic-gear manufacturers, publishing insiders, and elite runners to showcase how the brand covers athletic footwear with the most authoritative and trusted testing and reviews.