Runner’s World Font

About Runner’s World Font

Runner’s World font here refers to the font used for the logo of Runner’s World, which is a monthly magazine for runners of all skills sets, first published in 1966.

The font used for the magazine logo is probably Stainless Condensed Bold designed by Cyrus Highsmith, who designed it as a sans serif version of his slab serif Dispatch. The font is a commercial one and you can view more details about it here.

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