21 Jan Osagie vs Greene to race over 600m

Two of Britain’s Olympic heroes will go head-to-head over 600m at the British Athletics Glasgow International Match at the Emirates Arena on Saturday 26th January. Olympic 800m finalist Andrew Osagie (coach: Craig Winrow) will drop down in distance to take on World 400m hurdles champion...

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21 Jan NCAA Indoor Week 2 Round Up

Week 2 in the indoor season. 7 wins for British and Irish athletes across the nation. There was a win for incumbent mile Champion Chris O’Hare with a facility record 2:25 at Kansas State’s Wildcat Invitational. (200m flat track). Nick Miller of OSU took the...

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21 Jan So Long, Lance. Next, 21st-Century Doping

LANCE ARMSTRONG’S sad saga of doping and lying is over, allowing us to turn our attention to a far more important issue arising from the Armstrong era: what to do about the rise of ever more potent bio-enhancers in sports. Blood and urine samples at the...

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21 Jan UKA Cardiff Cross Challenge Review

Louise Damen (self-coached) and Andy Vernon (Nic Bideau) took victories in the senior races at the McCain Cardiff Cross Challenge today (Sunday 20 January), while Jonathan Davies (Rob McKim) and Bobby Clay (Peter Mullervy) took the under-20 titles in challenging conditions at snow-covered Blackweir Fields. With...

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21 Jan Resistance training in the snow

Depending on the depth and texture, snow running requires the same energy as sand running and burns lots of calories so it has come at a great time for me as I have been trying to burn a few of those since Christmas! Everytime you...

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20 Jan Eilidh Child set to go flat out

"Highlights of 2012: Sister's book, cousin got married, both sisters got married, Olympics, Scottish record & Hearts winning the Scottish Cup!" she wrote. It is difficult to imagine how 2013 could come close, but the Perth-born 400m hurdler is game to try. Fresh from a three-week...

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19 Jan Kenya blames global warming for dip in performances

Climate-linked temperature increases in Kenya’s highlands are hitting one of the world’s major training grounds for the world’s long-distance runners, Kenyan athletes and officials say. "Our country is known for its high performance around the world in middle and long distance,” said David Okeyo, the Secretary...

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18 Jan McCain Cardiff Cross Challenge Preview

Following third place finishes at the Bupa Great Edinburgh International Cross Country and the McCain Antrim Cross Challenge, Andy Vernon (coach: Nic Bideau) will start as one of the favourites in the senior men’s race at the McCain Cardiff Cross Challenge on Sunday. Vernon’s biggest threat...

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17 Jan Mo Farah to run 3000m in Birmingham

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah (coach: Alberto Salazar) has confirmed that he will compete over 3,000m at the British Athletics Grand Prix at Birmingham’s NIA on Saturday 16 th February – his only indoor race in 2013. Farah, who won a historic distance-double over 5,000m and...

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