Runner's World

Runner's World We're closing out the New Work week of Vertical Titles Appreciation with a look at the November issue Runner's World just shipped...

Design Director Kory Kennedy shares the cover of Olympic runner Ryan Hall, above, shot by Nitin Vadukul, and the TOC shot of Burundi runner Gilbert Tuhabonye, below, by Dan Winters.
Some of the sections include this RAVE RUN page of Seattle's Fremont Troll, shot by Mike Tittel:
And from the HUMAN RACE section, this Running Rabbis photograph by Peter Yang
The PERSONAL BEST page, Fast Fixes, features illustration by Christian Northeast:
The November features include "Weight Loss By The Numbers" with an illustration by Ronald Kurniawan, here:
As well as "Ryan's Hope," shot by Martin Schoeller:
"A Simpler Life," with illustration by Shout:
Photography by Matt Gunther for "Tera Moody Can't Sleep":
And a final photograph, by Erika Larsen, in "Close To Home":

The Runner's World creative team includes:
Kory Kennedy :: Design Director
Marc Kauffman :: Deputy Art Director
Lee Williams :: Assistant Art Director
Andrea Maurio :: Photo Editor
Nick Galac :: Associate Photo Editor
Meg Hess :: Assistant Photo Editor
Carly Migliori :: Production Coordinator

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  • Josh Klenert

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  • Darrell

    Nice work by all!

  • Tim Mantoani

    Nice job on the pics! Keep it up.

  • Justin Gabbard

    As a runner and Illustrator, I always look forward to getting Runner's World in my mailbox. It definitely helps curb the late night snacking and makes the 6am sprints worth it. Great personal stories, superb Illustration and some nice recipes as well.

  • Mike Leister

    This looks terrific. Great use of illustration, and I love the treatment on the Tera Moody headline.

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