Julie Bassett

Julie is the editor of Run Deep and a keen runner. Taking part in everything from parkrun to ultramarathons, Julie lives, breathes and writes about running. Usually found getting lost on a trail or footpath somewhere in Dorset.

Latest Articles

Race: Larmer Tree Half Marathon

The UK really does offer some of the most beautiful places to run. Larmer Tree Gardens in Wiltshire is certainly no exception. The beautifully...

Taking on the Chiltern Way Challenge

The many trails and footpaths of the UK present opportunities for epic challenges for ultrarunners, and the Chiltern Way Footpath is no exception. This...

Interview: Primrose’s Kitchen

We chat to Primrose Matheson of Primrose’s Kitchen about key foods for runners and why her breakfast products are different to others on the...

FLANCI running clothing

It would be hard to miss the explosion in colourful running gear coming from smaller, independent brands, like FLANCI, over the last couple of...

Profile: Eugene ‘Oggie’ Winters

Eugene ‘Oggie’ Winters is living proof that you can achieve amazing things in the running world, no matter when in life you start.By the...

Review: 361° Strata 3

I’ll be the first to admit that I get pretty excited by new running trainers. So my excitement levels were off the scale when...

Race: Race to the Stones

Run Deep's Julie Bassett took on Race to the Stones 100K in July 2018. Here she shares her thoughts on the event and the...

Book: Bump, Bike & Baby

Meet Moire O’Sullivan, an accomplished mountain runner and adventure racer, with a host of accolades to her name. This book tells the story of...