21 Oct My First Blog & Video

Hey guys this is is my first blog so sorry if its not very exciting!! For those of you that dont know me i am at st marys uni studying sports science (well you could stay studying but i don't know whether i could quite...

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21 Oct Hat and Gloves, winter woollies…

Hat and Gloves, winter woollies and the long tights come out to play. It’s safe to say winter is upon us, I’ve been reading on Twitter some of the Northern athletes already complaining, but it’s starting to catch up in the South. Winter to me used...

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21 Oct Training – 14/10/12

Sunday So today I wake up and it's the third week of getting back into some solid training after being on holiday for 2 weeks. I have enjoyed training recently as it has been so varied but also because it is going really well. Im back from...

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20 Oct Distance legend Sando dies

Frank Sando, international cross-country champion in 1955 and 1957 and two-time British Olympian, died from cancer last Saturday aged 81. The Kent athlete was unquestionably one of Britain’s greatest distance runners. An AW statistical feature in 2007 on all-time greats written by Mel Watman named him...

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19 Oct Why Running At Night Feels Faster

As the days get shorter, more runners have to train in the dark. A study published in the Journal of Sport & Exercise Physiology helps to explain the common perception that running a given pace in the … Continue reading → Full Article HERE...

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