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RUNNER’S WORLD DESCRIPTION OF JULY 2013 ISSUE FOR IPADRunner’s World, the world’s leading running ma More...
DESCRIPTION OF JULY 2013 ISSUE FOR IPAD
Runner’s World, the world’s leading running magazine, is available on the iPad. Every month you’ll enjoy in-depth features; training, nutrition, and injury-prevention advice; and gear reviews–plus exclusive audio, video, photo slideshows, quizzes, and much more.
JULY 2013 ISSUE NOW AVAILABLE
SPECIAL ENHANCED COVERAGE OF THE BOSTON BOMBINGS
• The Cover: Features embedded audio from runners explaining what it means to have gotten their medals this year (or, in some cases, not).
• Oral History: An interactive timeline featuring voices of more than 20 runners, spectators, first responders, medical personnel, and race officials, beginning at 5:15 a.m. on the seemingly perfect race-day morning and concluding with reflections on the attacks and how runners hope to move forward. The iPad version includes exclusive extra text, photos, and audio, plus a video version of two runners’ stories, showing how they crossed on Boylston Street after the first bomb exploded.
• Back on His Feet: In Bill Iffrig, fate picked the right guy to knock down at the finish line. Includes video of Iffrig being knocked to the ground, an audio clip of him explaining that moment, and additional photos from our exclusive shoot. Plus: Many racers were left with psychic, not physical, scars.
• One Hell of a Week: William Evans ran the race, then led the police response from Boylston to Watertown. Features an exclusive audio slideshow, with photos of main events from that week and commentary from Evans.
• Time-Lapse Finish-Line Photos: The week after the marathon, the finish line on Boylston Street was repainted, at night with no fanfare. A time-lapse video sequence shows the finish line “coming back to life” in dramatic fashion, signifying renewal.
• Just Imagine: I can’t say for sure what Boston will look like next year. But I’m certain that it will be better than ever. – Amby Burfoot. Includes exclusive audio commentary from Amby. Plus: Already, races are adding security.
• iPad Exclusive – Newbie Chronicles: RW Columnist Marc Parent on why runners who won’t ever “BQ” will still run and cheer in solidarity with Boston Marathoners.
• iPad Exclusive – Peter Sagal: The RW Columnist (and NPR host) ran his third Boston Marathon as a guide for a blind runner. This is his account of how they got through the day together.
• Standing Ovation: Spectators have now died for us. It’s time we cheered for them. Plus: Next, a surge of interest in running.
• Wins and Losses: For some, April 15 was a day of incomparable triumph–until it wasn’t. Plus: A runner who didn’t finish expresses her sorrow and dismay.
• In the Human Race section: Kids who lost legs in Boston will get new limbs from a runner who feels their pain. Plus: Two runners took their tribute runs viral. Plus: An interactive map of the country with columns of different heights representing the runs, which will appear and expand chronologically, starting with the day after the blasts, then rippling into effect over time. (Map can be found in the feature well.)
• I’m a Runner: Frank Shorter, running legend, has a unique perspective on the Boston tragedy and beyond.
PLUS THE GREAT CONTENT THAT WE DELIVER EACH MONTH
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