April 26, 2018

World Championships: How to Watch

August 21, 2015 Edward Anders 0

The World Championships are set to start tomorrow with some of the biggest events – including the men’s 10,000m final – set to light up the stadium. With there being such an array of events

World Championships: 10,000m Preview

August 20, 2015 Edward Anders 0

“He’s sprinting for gold, he’s running for greatness. Mo Farah is going to get there again, Farah wins it!” This legendary commentary by Steve Cram depicting the moment when Mo Farah edged out Hagos Gebrhiwet

Seb Coe wins IAAF Presidency

August 19, 2015 Edward Anders 0

Just over 35 years ago on 30th August 1980, Sebastian Coe succeeded in winning his first Olympic Gold medal over 1500m. Now, 35 years on, he has been elected as the President – the most

Usain Bolt vs Justin Gatlin

August 16, 2015 Edward Anders 0

The men’s 100m has always been the most glamorous event in track and field. Whether you re competing or watching, everyone wants to be a part of the final of this massive event. The awe

Running Abroad: Top Tips

August 9, 2015 Edward Anders 0

With it being the middle of summer, many people are going abroad but also want to able to maintain their training whilst not at home. Over the last few years I have been aboard lots

Diamond Relays

August 8, 2015 Edward Anders 0

After the last day of the Anniversary Games, the IPC competition on the Sunday, the Olympic Stadium was set to hold one final event before it was converted into a football stadium for West Ham.

Treadmill Running

August 6, 2015 Edward Anders 0

A couple of weeks ago I was away in Orlando, Florida. For those of you who know this part of the world, you will know that it is absolutely boiling. The early hours of the

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