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AW – Athletics Weekly Magazine 11/08/2016 Back Issue

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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 – Athletics Weekly Magazine  |  11/08/2016  

8 100m
9 200m, 400m
10 800m, 1500m
11 5000m, 10,000m
12 Marathon, 3000m steeplechase
14 110m hurdles, 400m hurdles
15 High jump, pole vault
16 Long jump, triple jump
17 Shot put, discus
18 Hammer, javelin
19 Decathlon, 20km walk, 50km walk
20 4x100m, 4x400m
24 100m, 200m
25 400m, 800m
26 1500m, 5000m
27 10,000m, marathon
28 3000m steeplechase, 100m hurdles
30 400m hurdles, .. read more high jump
31 Pole vault, long jump
32 Triple jump, shot put
34 Discus, hammer
36 Javelin, 20km walk
37 Heptathlon
38 4x100m, 4x400m

The top athletes lining up in Rio based on
this year’s performances
Leon Reid treble helps Birchfield to
successful title defence
Birchfield clinch trophy as Sineade
Gutzmore and sprint relay squad impress
50 Ennis-Hill looks beyond Rio
52 Brendan Foster’s Olympic preview
54 Daryll Neita on her rapid rise to the top
56 The latest in sports science
58 Deciding on the perfect pre-training meal
60 Product reviews – waistpacks
66 Results round-up
77 What’s On – fixtures guide
82 DIP FINISH  read less

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!

Whether you're a keen athlete, a professional or even a newbie to your sport of choice, Athletics Weekly is the interesting and informative read that’ll help maximise your potential as an athlete. 

Don’t miss out on all the features and highlights that you can enjoy with your Athletics Weekly digital magazine subscription:

  • In-depth training guides to get you in perfect form
  • Nutritional advice for maximum performance
  • The latest news in the world of athletics
  • Details on upcoming events and competitions
  • No nonsense product guides to help you get the most out of your gear
  • A dedicated and passionate group of journalists and editors who produce the best content possible

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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in AW – Athletics Weekly Magazine 11/08/2016.

READY FOR THE NO.1 OLYMPIC SPORT TO BEGIN editor’s comment Jodie Williams: British hopeful in the 200m in Rio WITH so much Olympic track and field action unfolding after the clock strikes midnight in the UK, there are going to be lots of ble...
LET THE GAMES COMMENCE! Fireworks in store: the Games kicked off at the Maracana Stadium a week ago, but the track and field starts FridayMARK SHEARMAN AFTER the Olympic cauldron was lit at the opening ceremony last Friday,...
BOLT BEGINS HIS TRIPLE DEFENCE 100M THE blue riband event. Last year’s world 100m final had been built up as a clash of good vs evil, as Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt took on the controversial Justin Gatlin, and Rio looks set to...
CHAMPION HAS TOUGHEST TEST AHEAD 200M USAIN BOLT is not quite firing on all cylinders as he tries to win his third consecutive Olympic 200m title. However, the Jamaican superstar has made a habit in recent years of producing the goo...
IT’S A THREE-HORSE RACE OVER ONE LAP 400M Title defender: Kirani James IF WORLD No.1 LaShawn Merritt takes gold, he will become only the second athlete to regain an Olympic 400m title after Michael Johnson in 1996 and 2000. The American...
RUDISHA NOT AT PEAK TO DEFEND TITLE 800M David Rudisha: ran a world record when winning the 800m gold in London FOUR years ago David Rudisha produced the performance of the Games with his world record 1:40.91 but, despite a 2015 world ...

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