Like the wind magazine is an independent sports magazine dedicated to runners.
It is a magazine created by running enthusiasts for others who share their love for the sport. Fatigue, dedication, perseverance and competitions, inside we find exclusively first-person stories of those who live this sport every day, at every level. From the stories of the fans to the anecdotes of the veterans to the reports on the most difficult races in the world.
The project is the result of the idea of two English running enthusiasts, Simon Freeman, editor and Julie Freeman, creative director. For some years they have been publishing this magazine every four months with the help of other runners who make up the editorial staff and have allowed the project to develop and consolidate within this sports circuit.
This issue analyzes the impact running has on people's lives.
The cover story explores the running of running clubs within prisons in the United States. It tells how those inside a prison found a lifeline in marathons and circuit races.
The issue then meets the Black Trail Runners, a group in the UK dedicated to making off-road running as accessible as possible to blacks and other minorities. For the first time in the magazine's history, there is a section of columnists who share their views on the world of running.
Finally, as usual, we find sports photographs, poems and stories from all over the world about the passion for running.