Runner’s World is a magazine about running that is published in a range of countries. The journal was published for the first time by American Bob Anderson in 1966. Anderson sold the magazine in the eighties to Rodale Press. In the nineties, the international edition of Runner’s World was started in the United Kingdom. Rodale Press now publishes the magazine in collaboration or under licence, in various countries: Australia, Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, United States, South Africa and Sweden. The international editions use copy from the American edition, but have their own editorial team that writes local articles.
The running magazine offers 100 pages per edition with running plans, training tips and advice on nutrition and health, among other things. The magazine has a circulation of almost 40,000 per edition. Runner’s World is the initiator of the Circuit Run in Zandvoort.