You know you’re a runner when:

  • You complain about paying £10 for a cinema ticket, but you will happily pay £20 for a 5K that lasts less than 30 minutes because the medal is nice.
  • Your wardrobe is made up of running gear and old race t-shirts
  • You run up and down your drive because your Garmin says 4.98 miles
  • You’re stuck in traffic and think “I could have run there by now’
  • Your Sunday alarm is earlier than your weekday alarm
  • You have at least one bruised (or missing) toenail
  • You separate your washing into lights, darks and running gear
  • You see other runners out and get jealous
  • You know the exact mileage of your local area
  • You start finding safety pins everywhere