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AREAS SEEKING FEEDBACK

THE three area associations of England have asked for feedback via an online survey on how they should be funded in future.

Northern Athletics, Midland Counties Athletic Association and South of England Athletic Association are deciding how they can financially continue to provide competition for their regions.

A joint statement from the area associations read in part: “Area events are increasing, confirming their popularity, but they do need the support of England Athletics with a realistic contribution through the registration fees paid by the athletes that will make grassroots competition successful and sustainable.”

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THE BIG FEATURE 16 ASBEL KIPROP Kenyan supermiler reflects on his indifferent 2016 season ACTION 34 ENGLISH CROSS RELAYS AFD win half the races in Berry Hill Park as Andy Vernon and Steph Twell star SPOTLIGHT 20 ATHLETES OF THE YEAR The time has come to place your votes in the 2016 Athletics Weekly survey PERFORMANCE 26 Sports science news 28 The principles of altitude training 30 Perfect push-ups for athletes 31 Nutrition – soup up your diet 32 Products – the best running tights NEWS 6 Lottery-funded athletes announced 10 Jack Braughton obituary 12 Stars on Futures funding 14 British athletics writers name 2016 award winners RESULTS & FIXTURES 42 Results, including World Masters and New York City Marathon 57 What’s On – events listings PREVIEWS 56 Previews of the Masters International and Milton Keynes Cross Challenge REGULARS 61 Quiz – test your knowledge 62 Dip Finish

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ACTION
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PERFORMANCE
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What: A new book by the highly regarded sports nutritionist
ANYONE CAN TRY ALTITUDE TRAINING, BUT HOW AND WHEN YOU DO IT IS CRUCIAL TO ITS SUCCESS. EILISH McCOLGAN GIVES HER TOP TIPS
IF THERE’S A CONDITIONING EXERCISE THAT EVERY ATHLETE SHOULD PERFORM ON A REGULAR BASIS, IT’S THE PUSH-UP, WRITES PETA BEE
A BOWL OF SOUP IS NOURISHING, CAN STOKE UP YOUR IMMUNE DEFENCES AND AID RECOVERY FROM TRAINING, WRITES PETA BEE
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NEWS
IN the same way that team selections for championships have
THE Great Run Company is looking to recruit an event
BRITISH ATHLETICS performance director Neil Black as backed the likes
NUMERICALLY the Olympic World Class Performance Programme (WCPP) has seen
FORMER 10,000m world champion Liz McColgan says the current British
SPRINTER Reece Prescod says he hopes to convince selectors with
Dina Asher-Smith (John Blackie); Holly Bradshaw (Scott Simpson); Mohamed Farah
Kare Adenegan (Job King); Hollie Arnold (David Parker); Paul Blake
Men’s 4x100m: Harry Aikines-Aryeetey (Benke Blomkvist); Ojie Edoburun (Jonas Tawiah-Dodoo);
Kate Avery (Rob Denmark); Chris Baker (Sharon Heveran); Meghan Beesley
Joshua Bain (David Parker); Dan Bramall (Peter Wyman); Shaun Burrows
IRISH race wallker Robert Heffernan last week received his 2012
DISTANCE runner Adam Hickey has joined athletes like Jonny Hay
HAILE GEBRSELASSIE has been elected president of the Ethiopian Athletics
HEPTATHLETE Niamh Emerson has made the final 10 for SportsAid’s
JACK BRAUGHTON, one of Britain’s oldest track and field Olympians,
USAIN BOLT is headlining a revolutionary series of events in
THE three area associations of England have asked for feedback
BRITISH ATHLETICS has announced the 31 stars of tomorrow selected
THE IAAF World Indoor Tour will expand to five meetings
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FORMER EUROPEAN BRONZE MEDALLIST IS AMONG THOSE WITH CHIA TARGET
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