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Athletics Weekly is the UK's number one magazine for athletes - it includes features on track and field, road running and cross country. Discover the most up-to-date news on the world of athletics not just in the UK, but globally as well. Founded in 1945, Athletics Weekly magazine has been dedicated to acquiring the most relevant and reputable news for their readers, with top quality content on the greatest and most famous Olympic sports out there. Every week, you can expect to be kept informed of the latest product reviews, training guides, news and reports.


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AW June 2024 The June issue of AW places a focus on the upcoming European Championships, providing an in-depth 26-page preview of Rome 2024. Italian coach Marco Airale, mentor to a number of Britain’s top sprinters, talks about the growing strength of athletics in his home country, as well as the impact made by the Olympic success of the likes of Marcell Jacobs and Gianmarco Tamberi. He also delves into his own training group and in particular the development of Daryll Neita, who will be on the medal hunt over 100m and 200m this summer. British international distance runner Verity Ockenden is also resident in Italy and she discovers that the sport’s organisers still have work to do in keeping pace with the success of the nation’s athletes. It’s also 50 years since the European Championships were last staged in Rome. Steve Smythe takes a trip back in time to relive 1974 and speaks to Ian Thompson, the Briton who was once on top of the marathon world. You’ll also find all the vital statistics and information for the championships, as well some of the athletes to keep an eye out for in the coming weeks. An athlete who knows all about running quickly in Rome is Hicham El Guerrouj, whose 1500m and mile world records were set in the Eternal City. In a rare interview, he talks to Jason Henderson about the current middle-distance scene and his “spiritual father” Roger Bannister. As the Olympics draw nearer, Cathal Dennehy interviews current joint high jump champion Mutaz Essa Barshim about how he is managing his body to put himself in contention. Away from the track, Tom Evans is back in full competition mode in the mountains following a traumatic end to 2023. He talks about recovering from being attacked on the run and how he was able to get back to doing what he loves, while author Richard Askwith writes about the changing face of felling running 20 years on from the publication of his well-known book, Feet in the Clouds.


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The June issue of AW places a focus on the upcoming European Championships, providing an in-depth 26-page preview of Rome 2024.
Italian coach Marco Airale, mentor to a number of Britain’s top sprinters, talks about the growing strength of athletics in his home country, as well as the impact made by the Olympic success of the likes of Marcell Jacobs and Gianmarco Tamberi. He also delves into his own training group and in particular the development of Daryll Neita, who will be on the medal hunt over 100m and 200m this summer.
British international distance runner Verity Ockenden is also resident in Italy and she discovers that the sport’s organisers still have work to do in keeping pace with the success of the nation’s athletes.
It’s also 50 years since the European Championships were last staged in Rome. Steve Smythe takes a trip back in time to relive 1974 and speaks to Ian Thompson, the Briton who was once on top of the marathon world.
You’ll also find all the vital statistics and information for the championships, as well some of the athletes to keep an eye out for in the coming weeks.
An athlete who knows all about running quickly in Rome is Hicham El Guerrouj, whose 1500m and mile world records were set in the Eternal City. In a rare interview, he talks to Jason Henderson about the current middle-distance scene and his “spiritual father” Roger Bannister.
As the Olympics draw nearer, Cathal Dennehy interviews current joint high jump champion Mutaz Essa Barshim about how he is managing his body to put himself in contention.
Away from the track, Tom Evans is back in full competition mode in the mountains following a traumatic end to 2023. He talks about recovering from being attacked on the run and how he was able to get back to doing what he loves, while author Richard Askwith writes about the changing face of felling running 20 years on from the publication of his well-known book, Feet in the Clouds.
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Athletics Weekly magazine was founded in 1945 by Jimmy Green, who produced the magazine in the bedroom of his bungalow in Kent. Ever since then, Athletics Weekly has been dedicated to bringing its readers the highest quality news from the world of athletics. The journalists at Athletics Weekly have always prided themselves for being at the coal face of sports - interviewing athletes and coaches at all the top events, as well as the smaller ones.


Athletics Weekly magazine has earned its title as the ultimate bible for athletics and the first port of call for serious athletes and athletic fans looking for a great read. Each magazine contains in-depth training guides and tips to help maximise your fitness and get the most out of your athletic lifestyle. Athletics Weekly contains a roster of track and field, cross-country, road racing and race walking events from across the country you can sign up for. You can expect detailed reports and results from the greatest athletic events that are happening around the world - always stay up-to-date with the champions!


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Having been involved in the athletics world since early childhood, I love Athletics Weekly. Its a really great read, very informative and always enjoyable. Reviewed 23 November 2012

Truly the bible for athletes, runners and fans of the sport Reviewed 14 June 2012

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