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Jan 20, 2021

Plans for the hugely anticipated National Running Show South are ramping up with a plethora…

Plans for the hugely anticipated National Running Show South are ramping up with a plethora…

Plans for the hugely anticipated National Running Show South are ramping up with a plethora of top running brands signing up to attend including newly announced ON Running, New Balance, Saxx Underwear, Grangers, Jogging Pals, Voxy, Sport Restore Yoga, All about Balance, Boost Drinks, LightUpU, Kind Snacks, Monkey Sox, Richmond Runfest, Vegan Runners, Yum Yum Tree Fudge, Ultra Running Club, Riverford Organic, Otso, Xempo and Worry Less Design who will join retail partner Runners Need at Farnborough International on 5-6 June 2021, increasing the Show’s footing as the largest running event in the UK.

The show, open to runners of all abilities, will feature an Inspiration Stage, Running Skills Theatre, Ultra Zone with Bad Boy Running, Live Kitchen with Kate Percy, Strength Zone with Endure Stronger, Events Village with Race Nation, Bra Bar with Runderwear, Trail Running Zone with We Run Trail, Recovery Zone with Therabody, Pace Yourself feature with Xempo and Kids Zone with Marathon Kids. Visitors will have a chance to listen to, learn from and meet their running idols including Dame Kelly Homes, Roger Black, Nell McAndrew and Danny Bent will join hosts Susie Chan and Iwan Thomas.
Tickets to the show are available for £10 from https://nationalrunningshowsouth.seetickets.com/event/national-running-show/south/1485643.

If you are interested in exhibiting at the show, please contact Rachel Marsh– .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or tel. 0203 9311490

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