Why running has become a ‘social’ sport
2 Nov 2017
Why running has become a ‘social’ sport

Running events are often individualistic, with participants focused on their personal bests. But there are other, less traditional races where collaboration and community are the main attractions. How is running getting a makeover? And is the future of amateur sport more social in general?

Tacita Vero'

Tacita Vero is a journalist, maker and graduate from the London Consortium. Her main research interests are cycling culture, underground phenomena and alternative travelling, which have brought her to Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh and Chernobyl.