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AW – Athletics Weekly Magazine 23/06/2016 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  |  23/06/2016  


THE BIG INTERVIEW
16 EILIDH DOYLE
British hurdler challenging for medals in Rio
SPOTLIGHT
22 JASMIN STOWERS
Interview with American 12.35 sprint hurdler
28 WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
UK all-time marathon No.2 Mara Yamauchi
32 CHAMPION OF YESTERYEAR
Bob Cole – the top professional distance
runner of a century ago
NEWS
6 IAAF uphold Russia ban for Olympics
8 Clean Soviets stake claim for Rio
11 Jama Aden arrested in drugs bust
12 Desiree Henry – GB can win spr .. read more int relay
14 Lynsey Sharp says Glasgow is hard to beat
16 Annie Conway wins world mountain gold
PERFORMANCE
36 Sports science news
38 Peaking for middle-distance running
40 Club Night – Corby AC
41 Hayley Yelling’s killer training session
42 Product reviews – hydration
TALKING POINT
26 Tim Hutchings on empty seats in Oslo,
Olympic standards and Caster Semenya
PREVIEW
70 British Championships preview
ACTION
44 EA U23/U20 CHAMPIONSHIPS
Morgan Lake and Imani Lansiquot were both
on top form at Bedford
54 DIAMOND LEAGUE
Dina Asher-Smith wins in Stockholm
RESULTS & FIXTURES
56 Results round-up
75 What’s On – fixtures guide
REGULARS
30 YOUNG ATHLETE
34 YOUR SAY
78 QUIZ CORNER
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

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year AW – Athletics Weekly Magazine magazine subscription.

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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in AW – Athletics Weekly Magazine 23/06/2016.

THE CLEAN AND UGLY FACES OF ATHLETICS editor’s comment IN THIS issue of Athletics Weekly you’ll find two very different sides to the sport. The first revolves around Russia and Rio and a depressing catalogue of corruption that has seen t...
CLEARING BARRIERS TO THE TOP EILIDH DOYLE has started 2016 with a bang. She won the Doha Diamond League 400m hurdles in 54.53 and then placed third in Rome in 54.81. It is a measure of how far Doyle has come that she was very di...
HURDLING TO THE TOP JASMIN STOWERS threatened to take women’s sprint hurdling by storm last year. When she won the Doha 2015 Diamond League race in 12.35 – just 0.14 outside the world record – not too many people outsid...
AFTER THE MARATHON MARA YAMAUCHI is a woman of many talents. In addition to her marathon running credentials, she boasts a degree from Oxford University in politics, philosophy and economics, speaks fluent Japanese, ha...
CHAMPION OF YESTERYEAR AS MO FARAH, multiple world and Olympic champion, heads for Rio to defend his two Olympic titles, it is fascinating to consider just how different the world of long-distance running was around 100 ye...
MISSING NATIONS RUSSIA is not the first country to miss the Olympic Games. It is unlikely to be the last either. South Africa was banned from the Olympics from 1964-1988 due to its apartheid policy of racial segreg...

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