In the Spring 2020 Issue
by Kate Carter
The Olympics have been here before, like in 1944 when the Games were held behind closed doors in a Polish POW camp.
Prospecting for Ideas
by Adharanand Finn
Lessons for using your running to inform your writing from the author of Running with the Kenyans.
Zerø to Hero
by Andy Waterman
With no qualifications and no experience, just how did Jon Green coach Molly Seidel to second place at the Olympic Trials?
by Scotty Crowe
Scotty Crowe on running, resilience and the power of hope.
For The Sport.
For The Love.
Meter takes a long-form look at the hidden side of running culture and at the athletes, traditions and events that make running the greatest sport in the world. Now published as a quarterly broadsheet, you can pick up Meter free at Tracksmith events or purchase issues online.
We're always on the lookout for stories, photography and comment from the under-represented corners of running, especially from new and diverse voices. If you would like to pitch an idea, contact the METER editorial team by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer compensation for published pieces and we're always happy to help develop ideas and offer feedback on drafts.