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When busy mum Leanne Davies set up a social media group for her and a couple of friends to encourage one another to go running, she never imagined it would quickly become a nationwide network of thousands of women, all sharing a passion for the sport and a penchant for colourful compression socks.

Mimi Anderson is one incredible woman. After taking up running at the age of 36 as a stay-at-home mother-of-three simply because she wanted slimmer legs, she's become a multiple world record holder for her incredible running feats.

These include setting a world record for the fastest time run by a woman from John O'Groats to Land's End, winning the 6633 Arctic Ultra and doing the double at Badwater, Comrades and Sparthalon.

Another London Marathon is upon us and if, like us, you're unable to take part, then the next best thing to experience the fantastic atmosphere is to go along and watch.

Anyone who has run the London Marathon will tell you the crowds are one of the things that make it so special. On certain sections of the course, you are hit by a wall of sound as people clap, cheer and shout words of encouragement. Such support can really help you carry on when the going gets tough.

We've set up an Instagram page to share pictures relating to our running training and racing. We'll also use the page to share tips and post photos which we hope will inspire you to get out and go for a run. Follow us @runningfeat here 

We have been running from a young age and have experience of club athletics all the way through to international level. Having been lucky enough to have worked with World Class coaches, medical teams and athletes, we love to share the knowledge we have gained and help other women get into the sport.

Nell McAndrew's Guide To Running, written with Running Feat's Lucy Waterlow, is on sale now published by Bloomsbury.

Running Feat's Amy Whitehead was pleased to finish 9th in yesterday's Commonwealth Games marathon.

Running Feat is off to Glasgow! Amy Whitehead has been named in the England squad at this summer’s Commonwealth Games.

Anyone who has run the London Marathon will tell you the crowds are one of the things that make it so special. On certain sections of the course, you are hit by a wall of sound as people clap, cheer and shout words of encouragement. Such support can really help you carry on when the going gets tough.

We all know that running releases feel-good endorphins but there can still be some things about it that get on our wick. Double Olympic champion Mo Farah reveals in his autobiography, Twin Ambitions, that he experienced some 'runner's rage' one Christmas Day when a man pushing a buggy took up too much of the path he was trying to do hill reps on. So now Running Feat are going to blow off some steam with with ten things that make us mad about running...