Cory Wharton-Malcolm is a running coach, writer, podcast host, and founder of West London running crew Track Mafia – “for like-minded souls in search of speed”.

Cory ran his first marathon in 2006 as a way to lose weight, underprepared with zero training but he crossed the finish line, got the bug and never looked back. Since then Cory has completed races all over the world from time trials in Shanghai to running as part of a relay team from LA to Vegas and supporting a group of girls in Ethiopia who ran from the Bale mountains down to Bekoji. Now one of Nike Running’s Head Coaches, Cory’s “honeyed tones” (The Guardian) featured in the Nike running app have his voice recognised all over the world.

After working in the public sector with local government organisations and charities for many years Cory was invited to be a keynote speaker at the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace on the power of sport to bring communities together and prevent young people from falling through the cracks.

Cory’s infectious energy kept London moving during lockdown via his Instagram channel with live workouts using household items (spoons, books, bags, pots, pans and umbrellas). These “Vibercise” sessions have since been featured in a Nike ad and were spotted on Instagram by the head of PE at a school in Peru resulting in a Live Zoom workout class for the all-female students using saucepans.

Cory dubbed “the champion of inclusive fitness” by Men’s Health after featuring on their fit list for most influential men in health and fitness is also a columnist for Runner’s World, has worked on campaigns for brands such as Nike, Apple, Beats, and Virgin and his podcast The Tub Hub had the Evening Standard name him the new “the new king of bathtime”.


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Cory Wharton-Malcolm

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