PUMA Running News Archive
How the city and a few creative minds got behind Usain Bolt
If this summer of sport has taught us anything, it’s the power of activity. It has bonded us, we have marvelled at the athletic prowess on display and most importantly, many have vowed to be more active. But as these final few weeks of summer draw to a close, how do we avoid this newly reinvigorated fitness buzz going the way of the New Year’s resolution?
The world recognizes British rule over rock n roll and fashion
Let’s hear it one more time for Jamaica’s soundtrack
Jamaica’s track and field athletes reign in London
PUMA Athletes top the Olympic podium on 16 occasions
PUMA athletes go the distance. Whether it's 100m. Or 42.195km. And this year’s London Games were no exception to the rules of breaking records, quieting the critics, and turning 4 years worth of training into pure gold.
The iconic British telephone box gets an artistic makeover
One of the most iconic sights in London is the red telephone box, and for this summer, they have been given a facelift.
Our running route favorites in and around London proper.
The main appeal of running? You don’t need fancy contraptions or certain locations. Running is an ‘any time, any place’ deal. Not to mention it’s a great way to see a city. In London, you never know what’s around the corner. We took some time to test the good, the bad, and the ‘too touristy’ and here are our top 3 London running routes.
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