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Run Happy team UK

Welcome to the official Brooks Run Happy Team page

If you run, you’re a runner – and if you know that feeling of elation once you’re done, you’re running happy. The Run Happy Team consists of nearly 500 runners from around the world who inspire others to get out and Run Happy too. The Run Happy Team doesn't focus on PB's or mile (KM) splits, it's a crew for fun runners, speed demons, and pacers alike. The most important thing to remember is that running is a limitless source of positive energy and one of the simplest paths to happiness.

Run Happy

What does it mean to Run Happy?


What does Run Happy mean to you?

Thomas Dunning: "To run happy for me is to just lace up my trainers put on my headphones and go wherever the road takes me. I don’t care for distance, I don’t care for time, I don’t care for personal best. I just go out there have fun and do what I love for my own mental health and well-being."

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What are your current running goals? 

Mara Hafezi: "I really want to get a sub three hour thirty marathon this year. I also want to get more women, particularly women of different ethnicities out there running. Who’s with me!"

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What was your most victorious moment?

Dan Cogswell: "My most victorious running moment has got to be my first ever marathon, the London Marathon 2016. The whole day was amazing, the crowds were incredible and I just don’t think anything will ever top that."

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Want to see more of that Run Happy feeling in action?

Check out our most recent team event to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it’s like to be part of the Run Happy Team.