Libby Rainey

Libby Rainey is an editor for King’s Review. She recently completed a Master’s degree in literature at the University of Cambridge, where she studied Virginia Woolf’s life and writings in tandem with the history and development of women's education in England.

“Just run!”: On the Misunderstood Sport of Race Walking

Race walking, with its apparently ungainly movements, might have an image problem, but most talented walkers can easily outpace casual runners. Libby Rainey explores the combination of eccentricity and determination required to succeed as a race walker.