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Thirty-six years on, Britain’s Olympic 3000m silver medallist recalls her Los Angeles Games experienceRead More
The world relay medallist on dealing with the unknown and maintaining her motivationRead More
The world indoor 400m champion is being driven by her progress rather than competition at this time of great uncertaintyRead More
The 2015 world 100m hurdles champion talks about life in lockdown, Olympic postponement and the challenges of a late athletics seasonRead More
The Olympic 100m hurdles champion on how she is rolling with the punches when it comes to dealing with the changes the coronavirus has causedRead More
Could super shoes cost athletes an Olympic medal?
Some believe new thicker-soled shoes may have contributed to World Half falls. Is there danger of the same risk in Tokyo?
Have a read and a listen and then join the discussion.
This tweet has got us thinking 🤔
Which athletes impressed you in athletics before they went on to excel in another sport?
Briton James Knox, doing well in cycling’s Giro d’Italia, and 10th in yesterday’s stage, won the 2009 under-13 National Cross Country title at Parliament Hill from Max Nicholls. Current 1500m/3000m star James West was 49th. @JamesKnoxx @BritishCycling