Issue Seven is 100 pages long, and filled with stories of adventure and endurance. Tales of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. It starts with Guillaume Arthus' run through Hell, and it finishes with an article about the fabulous Guide Running UK, an initiative set up by an ultra runner to help blind and VI runners get out and run safely.
Along the way we hear a moving recall of the brutal Barkley Fall Classic from the perspective of the race director, an inspirational 72-year-old taking on the Lakeland 50; and Brendan Rendall's incredible run across Malawi. There are interviews with renowned ultra runners Rory Bosio and Christophe Le Saux, and there are stories from races like The Hangman, King Offa's Dyke Race, London to Brighton, Chiltern Wonderland and Limburg Zwaarste. And for advice and interest, double-Spine finisher Javed Bhatti discusses mental resilience, fell and ultra runner Carmen Byrne talk about emotions, and ultra-running medic Jonny Davies gives tips on foot care.