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The June issue of AW turns the focus on the future of women's athletics at what feels like a pivotal time for the sport.

We hear from new AW columnist, Olympic medallist and presenter Katharine Merry, about why she feels there are more barriers than ever for female athletes to overcome. There's also an in-depth look at the controversial issue of transgender inclusion in women's events. We get the views of the athletes, plus Cathy Devine outlines the basis for any future regulations.

Laura Turner-Alleyne shares her experiences as a female coach, while Viola Cheptoo (Lagat) discusses the charity she and fellow athletes have created to honour their late friend Agnes Tirop and to set about changing Kenya's culture of gender-based violence.

Our big interview this month is Eilish McColgan, who has been in such incredible record-breaking form on the roads so far this year. She talks about not just finding new levels of performance but also dealing with the online abuse which follows her every run.

There's a packed performance section, too, which includes Mara Yamauchi's top marathon tips, advice on how to start applying sports science to your coaching plus a look at the latest trail running shoes.

Our club focus hears from Be Fit Today, a new club which is about far more than athletics, while we ask what being a club runner means to you.

As the British Championships edge closer, Statto Steve looks at the record-breaking performances produced at the event over the years, plus we have our mix of the usual features – including an episode of Ask the Athlete with former marathon world record-holder Paula Radcliffe.
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AW – Athletics Weekly Magazine

FREE Sample issue The June issue of AW turns the focus on the future of women's athletics at what feels like a pivotal time for the sport. We hear from new AW columnist, Olympic medallist and presenter Katharine Merry, about why she feels there are more barriers than ever for female athletes to overcome. There's also an in-depth look at the controversial issue of transgender inclusion in women's events. We get the views of the athletes, plus Cathy Devine outlines the basis for any future regulations. Laura Turner-Alleyne shares her experiences as a female coach, while Viola Cheptoo (Lagat) discusses the charity she and fellow athletes have created to honour their late friend Agnes Tirop and to set about changing Kenya's culture of gender-based violence. Our big interview this month is Eilish McColgan, who has been in such incredible record-breaking form on the roads so far this year. She talks about not just finding new levels of performance but also dealing with the online abuse which follows her every run. There's a packed performance section, too, which includes Mara Yamauchi's top marathon tips, advice on how to start applying sports science to your coaching plus a look at the latest trail running shoes. Our club focus hears from Be Fit Today, a new club which is about far more than athletics, while we ask what being a club runner means to you. As the British Championships edge closer, Statto Steve looks at the record-breaking performances produced at the event over the years, plus we have our mix of the usual features – including an episode of Ask the Athlete with former marathon world record-holder Paula Radcliffe.


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The June issue of AW turns the focus on the future of women's athletics at what feels like a pivotal time for the sport.

We hear from new AW columnist, Olympic medallist and presenter Katharine Merry, about why she feels there are more barriers than ever for female athletes to overcome. There's also an in-depth look at the controversial issue of transgender inclusion in women's events. We get the views of the athletes, plus Cathy Devine outlines the basis for any future regulations.

Laura Turner-Alleyne shares her experiences as a female coach, while Viola Cheptoo (Lagat) discusses the charity she and fellow athletes have created to honour their late friend Agnes Tirop and to set about changing Kenya's culture of gender-based violence.

Our big interview this month is Eilish McColgan, who has been in such incredible record-breaking form on the roads so far this year. She talks about not just finding new levels of performance but also dealing with the online abuse which follows her every run.

There's a packed performance section, too, which includes Mara Yamauchi's top marathon tips, advice on how to start applying sports science to your coaching plus a look at the latest trail running shoes.

Our club focus hears from Be Fit Today, a new club which is about far more than athletics, while we ask what being a club runner means to you.

As the British Championships edge closer, Statto Steve looks at the record-breaking performances produced at the event over the years, plus we have our mix of the usual features – including an episode of Ask the Athlete with former marathon world record-holder Paula Radcliffe.
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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!


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. 

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  • 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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What a fantastic read! It covers everything you need to know about athletics. Reviewed 19 March 2013

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Just what I needed! Reviewed 23 November 2012

I love Athletics Weekly

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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