Opening the iTunes Store.If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.Progress Indicator
Opening the iBooks Store.If iBooks doesn't open, click the iBooks app in your Dock.Progress Indicator

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To download the free app Runner's World by Rodale Inc. Digital, get iTunes now.

Already have iTunes? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.

I Have iTunes Free Download
iTunes for Mac + PC

Runner's World

By Rodale Inc. Digital

Open iTunes to buy and download apps.


The Essential Guide for Everyone Who Runs – men and women, from beginners to hard-core marathoners. Runner’s World provides readers with the authoritative information they need to pursue their personal goals, the inspiration they crave, and an authentic sense of community they won’t find anywhere else. Plus, exclusive audio, video, slideshows, quizzes, and much more.


• A Weight-Loss Manifesto: The secret to getting and staying slim isn’t (just) on your plate. It’s out on the road.

• Run This City—Austin: Runnin’ Weird: If you’re looking for good people, breakfast tacos, and beer runs, head for the Texas capital.

• WTF, USATF?: USA Track & Field is under fire from athletes it represents. Is the criticism fair?

• 40 Million Steps Around the Globe: Tom Denniss spent 242 days of his 622-day world tour running in the U.S. They were marked by near misses, moonshine, floods, and a few too many burgers.

• RW Tested—Off-Road Ready: The latest crop of trail shoes can take
on any terrain.

• Training: Staying healthy and happy requires the right ratio of running to resting.

• Fuel: Ultrarunner/Chef Gregory Gourdet, a “Top Chef” finalist, gets his fix from Paleo-inspired cuisine.

• Mind + Body: How to diagnose, treat, and prevent knee pain. Plus: Dr. Jordan Metzl’s workout prescription plan for pain-free knees.

• Gear: E ways to lug your liquids.

• Human Race: A people-friendly run club for dogs, the cofounder of Black Girls Run, a masters ulrarunning star, and more

• Columns: Tish Hamilton writes about how hard times call for good running buddies (Life & Times), while Marc Parent says it’s time to move on after thousands of miles and milestones (The Newbie Chronicles).

• Races+Places: Ring in spring at this fan-friendly St. Luke’s Half-Marathon.

• I’m a Runner: Dave Gilboa, the Warby Parker CEO who once attended a running camp led by Meb Keflezighi.

• Bonus videos

… and much more.

1-Year Subscription: $19.99, automatically renewed until canceled

·New issues will be automatically downloaded to your iPad as they become available
·The new Runner's World iPad edition supports progressive downloading, so you can view the issue as it downloads
·Your credit card will automatically be charged for another subscription period unless you change your subscription preferences in your account settings.
·Don't delete your existing Runner's World app! Use it to receive free access to previously downloaded issues.

Automatically downloads updates unless changed in Settings.

Privacy Policy:

What's New in Version 2.2.1

- Support for iPhone
- Bug Fixes


iPhone Screenshot 1
iPhone Screenshot 2
iPhone Screenshot 3
iPhone Screenshot 4
iPhone Screenshot 5
iPad Screenshot 1
iPad Screenshot 2
iPad Screenshot 3
iPad Screenshot 4
iPad Screenshot 5

Customer Reviews

Slow Delivery

UPDATE - 31 January 2015: March 2015 edition available on file sharing sites. I wonder how long before it's available on the iPad app....

I have had an iPad subscription for over 2 years. Today is the 14th of December and I noticed that I am able to download a PDF version of January's edition from file sharing sites as far back as 10 December. But January's iPad magazine still isn't available. Even the Running Times iPad magazine was available 2 days ago, and they are notorious for delivering late. My advice to potential Runners World customers is to check your local library first. The Zinio app paired with a decent library will get you Runners World and The Running Times for free every month.

Needs improvement

Of course I love the content but the glitchiness and long time it takes to download each issue is very annoying. I don't understand where my October issue went...just disappeared, and it took so long to download the December issue I gave up on it. Wish it had a bookmark that would re-open where you left off. annoying that with my iPad in my square stand, I can't read anything because it is in the horizontal view and doesn't switch to vertical view. Give me back my paper.

Overall I love this magazine.

It does load slowly on my iPad. But it is worth the wait. This is the only health magazine I read now and have used it as my primer for running and all that goes with it. I love the the continuous flow of information on food, exercises needed, shoe studies along with recommendations which really work out well. It also has articles that are just fun to read.

Runner's World
View In iTunes
This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.2.1
  • Size: 6.1 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller:

Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

Customer Ratings

Current Version:
All Versions:

Top In-App Purchases

  1. Runner's World 1 Year Renewable Subscription$19.99
  2. Jan 2013$2.99
  3. January 2012$2.99
  4. April 2012$2.99
  5. Feb 2013$2.99
  6. August 2014$2.99
  7. The Trail 2012$0.99
  8. April 2013$2.99
  9. February 2012$2.99
  10. December 2011$2.99