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A LABOUR OF LOVE

THE first Highgate Night of the 10,000m PBs was staged in 2013 and was relatively low key — but it was something we were able to build on. What’s just stunning is where we got to this year.

The Night of the 10,000m PBs drew big crowds and many athletes

Looking back, it would have been hard to have foreseen the amount of support that it has received over those years.

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THE BIG INTERVIEW 14 DAVID RUDISHA Why the Olympic 800m champion thought he was finished SPOTLIGHT 18 BRIANNA ROLLINS How the sprint-hurdler used a laidback approach to take Rio gold ACTION 36 LIVERPOOL CROSS Andy Butchart prevails over top field at Euro Cross trials, while Gemma Steel is leading woman PERFORMANCE 26 Sports science news 28 Athlete Insight – Sara Treacy 30 Dynamic warm-ups 32 Products – running headgear A BRIT ABROAD 20 Tim Hutchings laments the demise of the world cross country champs NEWS 6 Usain Bolt film premieres 8 GB relay women set for upgrade 10 Alex Yee keeps sport options open RESULTS & FIXTURES 46 Results round-up 57 What’s On fixtures guide REGULARS 24 Letters 25 Book reviews 34 Young Athlete – John Millar 61 Quiz – test your knowledge 62 Dip Finish

Other Articles in this Issue


Editor’s Letter
TIM HUTCHINGS tackles the topic of cross country in his
THE BIG INTERVIEW
A LONG BATTLE WITH INJURY HAD DAVID RUDISHA DOUBTING IF HE WOULD EVER RETURN TO THE TOP, BUT THE KENYAN TELLS BEN COLDWELL THAT HE NEVER TRULY LOST BELIEF
SPOTLIGHT
FOCUSING ON HER OWN RACE WAS KEY TO RIO GOLD FOR BRIANNA ROLLINS, WRITES STUART WEIR
ACTION
THE COUNTRY’S TOP RUNNERS PUT IN SOME HOT PERFORMANCES AT A COLD SEFTON PARK ON SATURDAY
PERFORMANCE
FOR any athlete, combining training with study or work, social
VEGETARIANS were once considered pale and pasty individuals, yet a
SPORTS men and women who achieve sufficient quality sleep are
CUSHIONING in running shoes – too much, too little –
NON-RUNNERS take delight in highlighting the purported risk of long-term
FEMALE athletes who keep training throughout pregnancy are setting up
THE IRISH STEEPLECHASER OUTLINES TO EMILY MOSS HOW SHE COMBINED WORKING AS A JUNIOR DOCTOR WITH TRAINING TO REACH THE OLYMPIC FINAL
FOR THE PAST DECADE, MOST ATHLETES AND COACHES HAVE USED DYNAMIC STRETCHING AS PREPARATION FOR TRAINING, BUT IS IT REALLY THE ANSWER, ASKS JOHN SHEPHERD?
DAN PFAFF suggests a dynamic warm-up should be used as
CONSERVING BODY HEAT MUST START WITH WEARING THE RIGHT HEADGEAR. PAUL FREARY ASSESS WHAT’S ON OFFER TO KEEP YOUR BRAIN WARM
FEATURE
WHERE has the year gone? Already we find ourselves in
Ben Smith already knew running could be a potent force but he tells Euan Crumley why the reaction to his incredible journey truly took him aback
It’s been a great year for the Britons who race beyond the marathon. Adrian Stott looks at some outstanding world-class performances
TRAINING
Scientific findings which can aid our running performance emerge by the month. So what did we learn in 2016? Peta Bee reviews the evidence and uncovers some rules to help you improve
PRODUCTS
PAUL FREARY picks out his favourite running products from 2016
A BRIT ABROAD
TIM HUTCHINGS ON THE SLOW DEATH OF THE WORLD CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
NEWS
THE focus of world sport centred on London on Monday
USAIN BOLT GIVES AN INSIDE LOOK INTO HIS WORLD AS HE WAS JOINED BY HUNDREDS FOR THE WORLD PREMIERE OF HIS MOVIE, I AM BOLT
LONDON 2017 World Championship tickets have been opened to general
MO FARAH is hoping to get his 2017 off to
DOUBLE Olympic and Paralympic champions Mo Farah and Kadeena Cox
BRITISH 4x400m WOMEN FROM 2008 BEIJING OLYMPICS ARE IN LINE TO RECEIVE BRONZE MEDALS
FORMER UK Athletics performance director Dave Collins says he is
FIVE athletes from Belarus have had their Olympic performances wiped
ANTIGUAN sprinter Miguel Francis has seen his attempted transfer of
MO FARAH’S foundation will donate £50,000 to SportsAid in support
THE agent to some of the world’s top distance athletes
DESPITE his spectacular multisport success this year, Alex Yee has
ROBBIE GRABARZ says the belief that he had much more
IN LAST week’s British Masters relay report, the team photo
THE multi-sport 2018 European Championships will be broadcast on free-to-air
NEW ZEALAND has been confirmed as the sixth team to
OLYMPIAN Dale Garland says athletes in Guernsey are frustrated by
RESULTS & FIXTURES
THE South of Thames cross-country event at the weekend was
Men (6.04km): 1 J Batchelor (S Molt) 24:30; 2 P
Overall: 2KW: 1 S Le Noury (Sarnia) 11:11; 2 R
WHILE David Hudson won with 73:05, third woman Jenny Mills
REGULARS
MIKE DAGG-JENDEN raised an interesting question in his item about
IN PART TWO OF OUR PRE-CHRISTMAS BOOK GUIDE, WE CONTINUE TO LOOK AT THE LATEST ADDITIONS TO THE FESTIVE SHELVES
AMAZINGLY, there have been three biographries about Emil Zatopek this
HISTORY provides a rich source of material for books and
SHOE MALFUNCTION FAILS TO DENY STEEPLECHASER, WRITES EMILY MOSS
WELCOME to another in a regular series of quizzes and
CALENDAR SHOWS AGE IS NO BARRIER
THE AMAZING veteran sprinter Charles Eugster is bringing out a
GREG RUTHERFORD is targeting long jump gold at the IAAF